WHAT SETS KELLOGG-SCHULICH APART?
Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA
The strengths of the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA include the following:
The global advantage
- Kellogg-Schulich is part of a highly respected global family. The Kellogg EMBA network includes sister schools in the United States, Germany, Hong Kong, Israel, and China.
- With its global content, locations, and international faculty and students, the Kellogg-Schulich EMBA makes the world its classroom.
- Students take about one-third of EMBA courses outside Canada at the Kellogg School of Management and during the Global Strategy Project (see below).
- Unique teaching modules every third weekend mean students have time to prepare reading and assignments in between classes while minimizing time away from work.
- The program allows students to tailor studies to personal goals. Students can choose from a series of Kellogg elective courses in different fields, with the opportunity to take additional international courses as part of an optional Global Electives module.
- Students are able to foster lasting relationships with executives throughout the world. They work closely with executives from partner schools during Kellogg Live-In Weeks and again during the Global Electives week.
- Schulich classmates come to the program with highly diverse educational, cultural, industry, and sector experience and with an average age of 37 years and 12 years of work experience.
Curriculum highlights of the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA include the following:
Experts in their fields, faculty members provide the latest management scholarship, offering a unique combination of research-based rigor and real-world application. As a result, students can take what they learn in each class back to work on Monday morning and apply it immediately.
Kellogg-Schulich EMBA learning model
A range of pedagogical approaches that include case studies, lectures, discussions, behavioral simulations, and teamwork all combine to create a powerful and engaging classroom environment.
Global Strategy Project
The culminating Kellogg-Schulich project requires an overseas trip to an emerging market for experiential learning. Students apply the tools that they learned during the preceding 18 months and work in a team on a meaningful project.
The Kellogg-Schulich EMBA is delivered in person in a classroom setting. This live, face-to-face delivery ensures optimal learning and the development of a personal relationship with both professors and classmates from Canada, the U.S., and throughout the world.
The leadership development offerings of the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA include the following:
The program employs a highly selective admissions process. As a result, EMBA students are typically mid-career senior managers, successful entrepreneurs, and high-potential individuals who are selected on the basis of their outstanding achievements and leadership potential.
The program assigns students to small teams of six to seven members of diverse backgrounds. Collaboration is at the core of the Kellogg experience. Throughout the program, faculty build group work into every lesson, and professional knowledge of executive classmates enhances the learning of all students.
Each student receives a personalized profile to help identify strategies to more effectively interact with others.
Students will have access to an executive coach during the program to work on personal branding and fine-tune their CV, and to help identify goals and devise an action plan.