Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, USA has announced opening of applications for its Cornell-Queen’s Executive MBA 2014. Founded in the year 1946 The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management is housed in Sage Hall and is the graduate business school at Cornell University. Johnson launched the Cornell-Queen's Executive MBA program in the year 2005 in partnership with Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario.
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Cornell-Queen’s Executive MBA:
The Johnson at Cornell Executive MBA programme is a dual degree programme that allows graduates to earn two highly ranked MBA degrees in just 16 months of classes, without career interruption. The programme is offered in partnership with Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada and consists of weekend classes typically held 3 Saturdays per month across North America. In addition, three residence sessions are held on the Cornell and Queen’s University campuses. The classes are delivered via multi-point videoconferencing to boardroom sites in select cities across the US and Canada. While there are no set terms or semesters in the Johnson at Cornell Executive MBA programme, the courses are typically delivered in the following sequence:
Cornell-Queen’s Executive MBA admission application process:
To secure admission in Cornell-Queen’s Executive MBA, candidates need to apply online. The admission process also includes a personal interview. Click here for further information.
Cornell-Queen’s Executive MBA admission application deadline: Rolling admissions
Cornell-Queen’s Executive MBA eligibility criteria
Following are the Cornell-Queen’s Executive MBA admission requirement:
For more information, contact:
The Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of ManagementCornell University130 E. Seneca Street, Suite 520Ithaca, New York14850-4353
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