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Washington Foster School of Business

University of Washington Business School
University of Washington Business School

Global Masters of Business Administration

The Global MBA Program offers an accelerated one-year program option for professionals with international business experience and an undergraduate education that includes extensive business and economics coursework. The Global MBA Program draws students from every part of the world looking to build on their knowledge and experience to accelerate their careers and gain a comprehensive view of global business. The compressed structure of the program is especially suited to applicants who already have a clearly focused career goal and a plan for pursuing it when they enter. The program is designed to serve students primarily focused on employment opportunities that will take them outside the United States during their career, though they might begin their post-MBA career with a position in the U.S.

The four-quarter program begins in June with an accelerated summer MBA core curriculum, followed by a two-week international study tour. The students then complete three academic quarters of coursework, including studies in cross-cultural communication, ethics and corporate governance, and an option course in U.S. business practice. Ten elective courses, including two in global business, round out the curriculum. Elective courses from departments outside the Business School may be included in the studentís program of study.

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University of Washington Business School

Masters of Business Administration

University of Washington MBA students are immersed in one of the most innovative MBA experiences in the world, built to deliver a personalized education for a career path each student defines for themselves with extensive input. Students begin with first year integrated curriculum that focuses on core business concepts, includes tailored professional development to enhance business communication and leadership skills, and presents opportunities for international study and hands-on learning. By doing projects during the school year and internships with local companies like Microsoft, Amazon.com, and Starbucks or in places like Thailand or Boston, students connect often with the business community.

University of Washington MBA students can tap a broad range of electives courses in areas of special interest such as corporate finance or international marketing, choose from certificate programs like Entrepreneurship or Global Business, and augment business classes with flexible access to courses or dual degree options in other university departments. A unique, individualized approach to career services, a renowned mentor program, and access to 40,000 alumni worldwide provide students with the unparalleled educational flexibility and customized career resources that now distinguish the University of Washington MBA Program. Program is ranked 18th by U.S. News & World Report.

Learn more at:
bschool.washington.edu

University of Washington Business School
University of Washington Business School

 
Seattle, WA - A world of opportunity

Pacific Rim business opportunities meet Pacific Northwest quality of life in Seattle. The regionís dynamic economy is a hotbed for business development across industrial sectors and an ideal laboratory for real-world practice. UW Business School programs give students access to prominent regional, national and international business leaders and builds connections with top companies, including Microsoft, Wells Fargo, Accenture, Expedia, IBM, Hitachi, Hewlett-Packard, Nike, Starbucks Coffee Company, T-Mobile, Deloitte & Touche, and Intel.

 
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