And I’m not just talking about the financial commitment; though, that’s worth considering too.
An executive MBA program requires a significant investment of your time. As you’re researching executive MBA programs, I encourage you to consider who you want to learn alongside and from during—and beyond—your executive MBA experience. Exams come and go, but your network remains long after you submit your final assignment.
For many prospective students, the best way to get an inside glimpse into the executive MBA experience and collaborative learning community at Cornell is to schedule a class visit.
The good news? We have you covered. Regardless of your preference, each of our three Cornell executive MBA programs offer unique visit opportunities to help you in your research:
Cornell Executive MBA Metro NY: Our half-day Open House is the best way to experience our Palisades campus. (Aside from watching this video, of course.) You’ll attend classes, enjoy lunch with current students, participate in Q&A panels, and tour the conference center where classes are held. There are three more Open House events before classes enroll in summer 2017. Reserve your spot today.
Cornell Executive MBA Americas: Wondering if our distance learning model could be a good fit? Attend a live, interactive class session with the Class of 2018 from a boardroom near you. Connect with an admissions counselor to schedule your visit.
Executive MBA/MS in Healthcare Leadership: Our newest executive MBA program, in partnership with Weill Cornell Medicine, makes its debut in August 2017. While classes aren’t in session yet, we invite you to experience the next best thing—an opportunity to join us for a tour and lunch. You must submit your application to schedule this visit; click here to get started.
You’ll only earn an MBA once, and I encourage you to do your research to ensure you select the program and lifelong network that’s right for you. My best advice? Choose wisely. And remember, you can’t go wrong if you choose the program that aligns best with your personal preferences, academic expectations, and professional goals.
We hope to welcome you to one of our classes soon and invite you to picture yourself earning a Cornell MBA.