MBA SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM


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Executive MBA Programs

VALUE

Goizueta Business School is a globally recognized and top-ranked business school, located in Atlanta, GA.  One of the pioneers in executive education, Goizueta is consistently recognized by its peer set around the globe for excellence in general management curriculum, leadership development, and high caliber faculty and students.  Graduates of our Executive MBA program point to the experience as transformational; opening their eyes to new ways to address challenges, lead teams and businesses more effectively, and tap into a network of expert faculty and powerful leaders within the class who will be resources to them professionally and personally for years to come.

HISTORY

Emory’s Goizueta Business School is proud to be named in honor of Roberto C. Goizueta.  We espouse performance in the principled and ethical manner that was the foundation of Mr. Goizueta’s successful leadership, and our Goizueta Core Values reflect his philosophy and beliefs.  These values – a hallmark of our curriculum – are distinguishing attributes that our graduates carry with them into their professional and personal lives.  We are pleased to be known for striving to develop principled leaders and for the mark of such leadership within our alumni community.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

The Executive MBA program is offered in two different formats, the Weekend Executive MBA (WEMBA) and the Modular Executive MBA (MEMBA), each designed for working professionals.

WEMBA – a traditional format, comprising 95% face-to-face interaction with faculty and cohort.  Students come to campus for a Friday-Saturday class experience on alternating weekends.  Beginning in August and lasting five terms.  Through a rigorous pre-set order of classes, students are able to develop skills to work cross-functionally, take on greater management responsibilities, and have an understanding of the complexities of business from a leader’s perspective.

MEMBA – a unique hybrid format, the students participate in ten week-long residencies that take place approximately once per quarter. This class is 70% face-to-face learning during the residencies, supplemented by 30% distance learning between the on-campus residencies.  The MEMBA format attracts more senior leaders, and over the five terms students become familiar with business from numerous types of organizations and industries, creating leaders who are widely knowledgeable and ready to lead their organization to new heights. The Modular format begins in September.

GOIZUETA’S EMBA – GA HISPANIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ALLIANCE

In 2013 Goizueta Business School joined forces with the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, enhancing efforts to increase the numbers of Hispanic students in our Executive MBA programs

With an intention of increasing Hispanic representation within our programs, Goizueta Business School is pleased to offer $25,000 scholarship to two Hispanic individuals who are members of the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and/or members of the Hispanic affinity group within the GHCC’s corporate sponsors.  Candidates must be Hispanic and must complete the entire application.  Upon application review and acceptance into the Executive MBA program, two applicants will be awarded a scholarship of $25,000 to be distributed evenly over the five terms leading to graduation.

To learn more, or for additional information please contact:

Caroline Grimes

Senior Associate Director, Executive MBA Admissions

Goizueta Business School

(404) 727-9859

caroline.grimes@emory.edu