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Our MBA program guides cover class profiles, employment reports, essay questions, club listings, and more. You can also find school-specific articles on essay writing, admissions interviews, and insight from students and admissions committees.

UCLA-NUS EMBA
UCLA-NUS EMBA

UCLA Anderson’s global EMBA program is in partnership with the National University of Singapore. The program hosts 6 two-week sessions spanning across a 15-month period. These sessions meet twice in Los Angeles, twice in Singapore, once in Shanghai/Shenzhen, and once in Bangalore/Mumbai.

Columbia Business School EMBA – Global
Columbia Business School EMBA – Global

Columbia Business School’s EMBA-Global Americas and Europe is a partnership with London Business School, enabling students to earn two full MBA degrees by taking monthly classes that alternate between London and New York. The school’s EMBA-Global Asia program allows students to study in Hong Kong, Shanghai, New York, and London. Here, students earn an MBA conferred jointly by London Business School, the University of Hong Kong, and Columbia Business School.

UVA Darden Global EMBA
UVA Darden Global EMBA

UVA Darden’s Global EMBA consists of 20 weekend residencies, 2 leadership residencies, 4 global residencies, and distance learning. The program is spread across three calendar years and requires students to take a total of 50 days out of the office.

Duke Fuqua Global EMBA
Duke Fuqua Global EMBA

Duke Fuqua’s Global EMBA program lasts 21 months and offers one-week residencies through Asia, Latin America, and Europe, preceded and followed by distance learning periods and a final two-week residency in Durham, NC.

Wharton
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Berkeley Haas Accelerated Access 
Berkeley Haas Accelerated Access 

The Haas deferred MBA program is available to undergraduate seniors and graduate students in their final year of study. Students can begin their studies at Berkeley Haas after a two to five-year deferment period.

Kellogg Future Leaders 
Kellogg Future Leaders 

Undergraduate students or master’s students who went directly into a graduate program from undergraduate are eligible to apply to the Kellogg deferred MBA program. Kellogg will hold students’ spots for two to five years while they gain professional work experience. 

MIT Sloan MBA Early Admission 
MIT Sloan MBA Early Admission 

The MIT deferred MBA is open to those who are in their final year of undergraduate, or are graduating from/currently enrolled in a graduate degree program they entered immediately after their undergraduate degree. Students who are admitted are expected to work between two to five years before beginning their MBA.

Stanford GSB Deferred Enrollment Program 
Stanford GSB Deferred Enrollment Program 

Those interested in the Stanford deferred MBA program can apply either to attend business school immediately following their undergraduate studies or to work before attending business school. In most cases, Stanford offers a two-year deferral.

UVA Darden Future Year Scholars Program
UVA Darden Future Year Scholars Program

The UVA Darden deferred MBA program enables admitted college students to begin their MBA after gaining two, three, or four years of work experience. 

USC Marshall IBEAR
USC Marshall IBEAR

The IBEAR MBA is a 12-month, full-time international MBA program for mid-career professionals. The typical IBEAR class is made up of 55 participants from 12 to 15 countries. Students can choose from 2 different curriculum schedules to best meet their goals.

LBS Sloan Masters
LBS Sloan Masters

The LBS Sloan Masters in Leadership and Strategy is a 12-month program for experienced global executives and entrepreneurs. The program encourages students to embrace change and reframe their skills, knowledge and networks.