Recently, students in the EMBA Class of 2019 class organized a forum to discuss their careers, their biggest challenges, and their biggest learnings at Yale. This terrific, student-led initiative allows classmates to get to know each other, learn from each other, and inspire each other.
The first time I traveled to New Haven from Texas to interview for the EMBA program at the Yale School of Management, my trip was not one for the faint of heart. After being delayed for hours on the tarmac, I managed to cat nap on the flight, hoping it was enough rest to make it through my...
My resolution would be to make sure I am taking advantage of the broader Yale community.
I am very excited to take part in an international experience that is a joint program with the School of Architecture and hope to make it to some plays/concerts.
—Ali Lauzon ’19
ESPEJISMO: A Festival of Borrowed Reflections is an art installation at the Yale School of Management that invites its audience to reflect on the perspectives of others and to share personal thoughts about seeing and being seen.
It was a beautiful November evening and after a short jog, I was resting on a bench overlooking the lake outside my house. I took out my phone and started checking my Yale email, in anticipation of the class assignments that I needed to complete. I froze as I saw the email from our EMBA...
Every year, over 100,000 men and women matriculate into MBA programs across the world. The majority do so with the intent of building relationships, establishing new skills, and defining a career path. However, there is a group among them that is often overlooked: Executive MBAs.
On the last and perhaps most beautiful Friday evening in July, the SOM faculty welcomed the Class of 2016 to Evans Hall for an open-air cocktail reception. As 52 new Yalies exchanged pleasantries on Beinecke terrace, it became very clear that the Admissions staff deserved the first toast. Faculty and students alike commented on an accomplished, diverse, and extraordinarily large class.