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Elena Bajic
2006

The Executive MBA Americas

Cornell University

Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management

Queen's University

Smith School of Business

Global rankings

# 12 for
PRESTIGE
# 9 for
CAREER
ADVANCEMENT
# 4 for
CURRICULUM
# 15 for
GLOBAL
EXPERIENCE
# 3 for
LIFE
BALANCE

The Cornell Executive MBA Americas brings the excellence of the Ivy League directly to established working professionals in major business centers spanning North America through a live and connected experience.

Program Information

Duration of Program (Months)

17

Learning Environment

60%

Classroom

N/A

Online

40%

Experiential

Average Total Tuition (USD)

$0

Return On Investment

0

Average Salary Increase
Post Degree

Schedule Information

Class Schedule

Classes are typically held every other weekend, all day Saturday and Sunday morning.

The World
is Your Classroom

Students attend classes from the following locations: US: Atlanta, GA; Dallas, TX; Houston, TX; Ithaca, NY; Los Angeles, CA; New York ,NY; Salem, NH; San Francisco, CA; San Jose, CA; Seattle, WA; Washington, DC; Canada: Calgary, AB; Edmonton, AB; Montreal, QC; Ottawa, ON; Toronto, ON; Vancouver, BC; Mexico: Mexico City, Monterrey Peru: Lima, Chile: Santiago

The program also include an international global business study.

Application Deadlines

Rolling Admissions

Entry Exams

Is The GMAT Accepted?

Is The GRE Accepted?

Is the Executive Assessment Accepted?

GMAT and GRE are accepted but optional

Admissions FAQs

Q1 Do I have to take the GMAT, GRE, or Executive Assessment (EA) before I apply?

Q2 Do I need to be sponsored by my company to apply?

Q3 Can I sponsor myself?

Q4 Can I apply without being gainfully employed?

Q5 Is there a way to waive application fees?

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Walk into any one of 22 boardrooms across the US, Canada, and Mexico, and you will find students deeply engaged with their classmates in team-based learning. In one corner, students are from Google, Microsoft, and Juniper. In another, they represent JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, and Chase.

Cohort Information

0

Average
Class Size

26

Average
Age of Students

13

Average Years of
Work Experience

Gender Balance

0  31

International

0

Top Student Industries

Finance

20%

Energy/Utilities

15%

Telecommunications/Engineering

14%

Manufacturing

11%

Consulting

9%

Networking at the team level creates a collaborative and supportive learning environment during the program that fosters strong friendships that will continue to thrive long after graduation.

Business School Alumni

N/A

in N/A countries

Featured Alumni

Pat Lafferty

CEO, North America at BBH, EMBA '10

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Anthony Wedo

Founder, Managing Director and CEO at Mainline Capital Advisors LLC, EMBA

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Thought Leadership

Johnson Voices; Student Blogs
Johnson Voices; Student Blogs

Javier Vivas '17, Cornell Executive MBA Americas

Johnson Voices; Student Blogs
Johnson Voices; Student Blogs

Don Ceniza '17, Cornell Executive MBA Americas

Meet the Faculty

Beta Mannix

Beta Mannix
Associate Dean for Executive MBA Programs, Ann Whitney Olin Professor of Management, Professor of Management and Organizations

Andrew Karolyi

Andrew Karolyi
Alumni Professor in Asset Management, Professor in Finance

Faculty by the Numbers

0

Program
Faculty

0

Faculty with
Doctorates

Prestige, career advancement, curriculum, global experience, life balance Executive MBA Rankings
4.12 / 5

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