Yale is actively engaged with the Global Network for Advanced Management, which fosters substantive ties among the world’s leading business schools. Comprised of over 30 schools across six continents, the Network operates on the premise to connect each member school with diverse regions, countries, and cultures, and economies in different phases of development.
Global Network Weeks
In June of your first year, you will travel to another Global Network school and join other Executive MBA students from around the globe to attend classes, collaborate on team projects, tour local businesses, and hear from visiting business leaders.
You’ll have a range of choices. Recent Global Network Weeks have included trips to Mexico, China, Germany, Brazil, India, the Philippines, and other countries.
Global Network Courses
These are for-credit courses offered virtually by a Global Network for Advanced Management member school and open to students from throughout the network. The courses connect students through an online platform and video conferencing for lectures and discussions. As part of the courses, groups of students from multiple member schools collaborate virtually on substantial team projects, developing teamwork skills and cross-cultural perspectives.
Global Network Week Experiences
EMBA students share photos, insights, and memories from a week of intensive study at Global Network for Advanced Management member schools.
MBA for Executives student Lem-Marie Chizungu ’24 reflects on how her Global Network Week experience at the National University of Singapore complemented her Yale SOM classroom learning.
Puneet Chhabra ’24 reflects on Global Network Week at FGV Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo, where he took a module on sustainable leadership.