Stay in touch, stay inspired –
Stay connected to a powerful community.
Studying the Kellogg-WHU Executive MBA Program doesn’t end at graduation – our alumni stay connected to the program and the global network often throughout their professional lives. From the moment you are welcomed to Campus Vallendar you become a member of one of the largest global MBA networks, which includes over 65,000 alumni around the world. With alumni holding some of the top positions at some of the most renowned organizations around the world, our alumni are celebrated for their willingness to support the program, its students, and fellow graduates beyond their studies.
Participate in lectures within the global network to refresh your knowledge and stay on top of the latest concepts, while keeping in touch with high-level peers and faculty.
Host an alumni dinner in your city, attend one of the many recruiting events across the globe, or become a member of the EMBA admissions committee and assist with interviews.
Stay in Touch
Stay connected to the network whether through your personal WHU email address, the In Praxi alumni association, or through our social networks!
Benefits that last a lifetime –
An active alumni community.
The Kellogg Alumni Network
The Kellogg Alumni Network supports and facilitates a lifelong relationship with the wider community, ensuring access to personal and professional support beyond the program. With a global network made up of experts and innovators from a wide range of industries, the Kellogg experience remains through an engaged and active community. Its members benefits from a variety of activities whether continued learning possibilities, career advice, or opportunities to volunteer.
In Praxi, WHU’s alumni association manages alumni connections with a focus on the European chapters, ensuring the WHU spirit lives on beyond formal studies. Founded in 1988, this non-profit organization is independent and member-led, all of whom are eager to maintain contact with WHU and their peers. Such an enthusiastic and expansive community benefits not only the alumni and the school, but also current and future students.
Reconnect and celebrate –
Rekindle your global network.
Embraced by both diverse and vibrant networks, Kellogg-WHU Executive MBA alumni join a far-reaching network of high-impact, low-ego leaders from across the globe. Annual reunions facilitate and strengthen these relations, allowing graduates the chance to reconnect, celebrate, and update themselves with the latest insights and news from both schools.
A world-class partnership –
Celebrating 20 years of Kellogg-WHU.
The union between Kellogg and WHU is representative of the effective synergy between the US and Europe, marked in 2018 by the 20th anniversary of such a partnership between the schools, which began in 1998. Over the years the joint program has gone from strength to strength, achieving top positions in international rankings, and expanding the global network to form a unique and world-class partnership in executive education.
On October 27, 2018, speeches, lectures, and insights from professors and deans from the respective schools marked the anniversary event. The highlight of the day however was a talk from Iron Maiden front man, entrepreneur and pilot Bruce Dickinson, who outlined successful relationship management through personal anecdotes and experience, describing how companies can turn customers into fans.
Keep in touch –
Get involved and support Kellogg-WHU.
As Executive MBA alumni, you are welcome to support Kellogg-WHU on events or during the admissions process. Many alumni also return to campus to take part in classes for extended lifelong learning opportunities. Feel free to get in touch at any time, to receive the latest program news or to find out more about ways you can support program.