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
Test-taking can be nerve-wracking, as I was recently reminded firsthand when I took the Executive Assessment (EA)—but it’s also a necessary part of the journey to the MBA for Executives program. Standardized testing allows candidates to demonstrate that they have the excellent verbal and...
Marc Wigder ’17 learned just how useful his MBA for Executives training is in the real world when a hurricane hit South Florida, impacting his community and his real estate business, just a few months after graduation.
You’ve spent countless hours on test prep, pored over your essays, revamped your résumé, and put the finishing touches on your application. You’ve hit the “submit” button. Now, you spend your time anxiously checking your email, refreshing your status page, and waiting.
Saturdays spent in a classroom. Hours of homework. Tuition fees.
Going back to school to earn an MBA for Executives degree is a serious decision. At the Yale School of Management, students in the EMBA program earn the same degree as their full time counterparts, study the same integrated core...
Oftentimes, the most difficult part of starting a new job is the sense of unfamiliarity. There are new colleagues, new buildings, new office cultures and customs to adjust to—and that’s nothing compared to figuring out where to get the best cup of morning coffee or lunchtime sandwich....
Acting Dean Anjani Jain delivered remarks on August 31 to a crowd of students, faculty, and staff gathered to reflect on the tragic events in Charlottesville, Virginia, and bear witness to the current political struggle in the United States.