Launch a career that spans boundaries.
Our global reach means you will be able to study businesses operating in diverse cultural contexts, travel to new continents, and connect with peers from dozens of countries.
But what really makes a global leader is a mindset of open curiosity—eagerness to learn from every interaction, to appreciate differences, and to place experiences and lessons into the larger context of global challenges. Our programs will also give you a unique opportunity to develop this perspective.
“In every class and hallway, you meet people who are diverse in every respect. It constantly exposes you to different cultures and experiences. That’s how you create a global mindset.”
A Global Campus
You don't have to leave Yale SOM’s Edward P. Evans Hall to be part of a global community. More than 40% of our MBA student body is international, coming from more than 40 countries. Conferences, talks, and informal get-togethers give students opportunities to learn from other members of the community.
In the Global Virtual Teams course, Yale MBA students get the latest knowledge about how to work in dispersed teams and then put their learning into action by completing a team project with students at other global schools.
Global Study Opportunities
International Experience: A course led by a Yale SOM faculty member that focuses on an aspect of the business environment in another country. The International Experience culminates with a ten-day trip to the region.
Global Network Weeks: Choose from week-long courses offered by a dozen or more schools in the Global Network for Advanced Management. During the week, you not only gain in-depth exposure to the business environment in another country but also learn and work alongside peers from around the globe.
Global Social Entrepreneurship: An intensive course in which teams of Yale students consult with social enterprises working in a variety of sectors in the developing world, including economic development, sustainable energy, and education.
Yale SOM faculty research explores major questions that affect lives around the globe, including climate change, immigration and innovation, and opportunities in globalization. Important research has contributed to the debates on trade, corruption, and nuclear proliferation.
The Global Network for Advanced Management
As a member of the Global Network for Advanced Management, Yale SOM is connected to 30 other top business schools. These schools are located in both emerging and developed economies, ranging from Chile to Nigeria to Japan. Each school brings expertise and connections within its home region, and Global Network programs enable students both to practice working globally and to tap into unprecedented resources.