Northwestern University – Kellogg School of Management
The Kellogg School of Management is widely recognized as a global leader in management education. The school is home to a renowned, research-based faculty and students from around the globe. As a result, alumni are successful senior leaders in business, government, education, and virtually all fields.
WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management
Committed to excellence in management education, WHU educates visionary leaders who think holistically and lead with purpose. The school has proven itself to be a paragon in internationally oriented management research and education. Studying and working at WHU is strongly influenced by the "WHU Spirit" – a feeling of social responsibility and mutual respect.
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Equip yourself with cutting-edge business knowledge to bring about lasting change as a leader.
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Kellogg-WHU Executive MBA Program in Numbers
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Kellogg-WHU Celebrates 20 Years of Igniting Global Leaders
The union of Kellogg and WHU represents an outstanding example of effective synergy between the US and Europe, and over the last 20 years this network has gone from strength to strength. The partnerships with Kellogg School of Management doesn’t stop in Europe, with six schools at seven locations in total making up the global Executive MBA global network.
On October 27, WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Kellogg Executive MBA Global Network with 350 guests from all over the world. In the town hall in Vallendar, the alumni and friends of the Kellogg-WHU network enjoyed a colorful program of lectures and inspiring speeches.
Women in the Executive MBA: In Conversation With Archita Fritz
Archita Fritz graduated the Executive MBA Program at Kellogg-WHU in October 2018. During the course of the program, she was pregnant and gave birth to her second child. Earlier this year, we spoke to Archita about her motivation to start the program, her international career, how she balances family and study, and the benefit of having more women in EMBA programs.
From Successful Banker to FinTech Entrepreneur
Tim Thabe completed his PhD at the University of Mannheim, started a corporate career at Goldman Sachs in London, and moved to UBS in Zurich a few years later. After graduating from the Kellogg-WHU Executive MBA (EMBA) Program in 2015, he made a career change and founded the company creditshelf, for which he received the renowned “Frankfurter Gründerpreis” (Frankfurt Start-up Award) a year later. In 2018, creditshelf got listed on the stock exchange.
EMBA Class of 2018
“What makes the Kellogg-WHU Executive MBA Program special is the diversity of industries, the level of experience, and the cultural wealth you find in the cohort. I have learned so much from interacting with my peers during the study groups, the workshops, the long nights, and the social events. We learn together and from each other.”
Our Top Rankings
We are constantly ranked as #1 Global Executive MBA Program in Germany and among the top-tier EMBA programs worldwide.