• Diversity & Collaboration

    Benefit from diversity across industries, cultures, educational backgrounds through peers and improve your collaborative management skills through teamwork.

  • Innovation

    Gain new perspectives and develop new ideas through renowned professors and world-class peers bringing their diverse experiences into the classroom.

  • Responsible Leadership

    Complete the Program as a responsible leader with the skills and attitude to make a difference within your team, at your workplace or in the world.

  • Global Reach

    Become part of the Kellogg Executive MBA Global Network and reach out to more than 60,000 students and alumni worldwide, including renowned business leaders.

  • Personal Development

    Delve into yourself with our integrated personal development program, and become deeply aware of your personal characteristics to be a better team leader.

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Admissions

Our admissions process is conducted in clearly defined three steps: pre-admission, interviews, and post-admission. An initial ‘pre-assessment’ step, in which our admissions team reviews your CV and provides you with feedback on your eligibility, is strongly encouraged.

In order for us to get better acquainted with each applicant as a person, we kindly ask prospective EMBA students to be fully committed to the entire application process. 

Pre-selected candidates will have the opportunity to participate in any of the three interview rounds organized each spring depending on their preference and seats availability. Since admission is on a rolling basis, applications to the Program can be submitted at any time; however, we strongly encourage potential candidates to start their application as early as possible to facilitate the overall organization and decision-making process.

Application deadlines for 2014, EMBA class of 2016
April 15th, 2014 1st Round of Admissions
June 15th, 2014 2nd Round of Admissions
July 31st, 2014 Final Round of Admissions

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