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Master of Advanced Management

Convening emerging global leaders

The MAM is a one-year degree program for exceptional MBA graduates from top international business schools who aspire to become global leaders for business and society.

Professor teaching

Our combination of required courses and electives chosen from across Yale University will help you develop the skills you need to succeed and the broad vision of leadership challenges to have meaningful impact.

MAM Curriculum

You'll join a cohort of fellow students from every corner of the globe who bring diverse backgrounds and accomplishments to Evans Hall and become a part of the powerful Yale network.

Student Experience

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Admissions

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Application Deadlines

Round 1

Jan 5, 2023

Decision
Feb 22, 2023

Round 2

Feb 22, 2023

Decision
April 12, 2023

Round 3

Apr 11, 2023

Decision
May 15, 2023

Class Size
53
Global Schools Represented
22
Countries of Citizenship
25
Women enrolled
38%

The most important asset the program provided was the people I met, and the diversity of thought I encountered. As I take my next steps after graduation, I’m confident that I have the support of the MAM program and the wider Yale SOM community.

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The student experience

Become a student at SOM, a citizen of Yale, and a part of the New Haven community.

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Your sense of your own purpose will be strengthened by joining a community of people who value values and support each other in pursuit of impact.

Community at Yale SOM

Students studying

Your days will be spent studying—both in Evans Hall and across the beautiful Yale campus—and exploring everything New Haven has to offer.

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Life in New Haven

As part of Yale University, you'll be among leading thinkers and teachers, as well as a cohort of fellow students pursuing excellence across fields of study.

Our connection to Yale

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Students in hallway

As part of our mission, we engage with the problems afflicting our world—notably issues of discrimination, bias, and equity—and seek to build a community that achieves and celebrates diversity.

Diversity, equity, and inclusion at Yale SOM

We believe the most impactful leaders always weigh both sides of the ampersand in our mission—business and society.

Kerwin K. Charles
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