Benefits of a team-based executive MBA program
The attitude that I see in my class overall can be described as this: “We may have all come in on different ships, but we’re in the same boat now.”
Things you should know if you’re considering a Johnson Cornell Tech MBA
I’m starting to fully appreciate of all the learnings I’ve gathered from this program and community, which remind me why all the struggles were worth it.
Commanding your own legacy: Christian Duncan, MBA ’10, delivers symposium keynote
Duncan returned to his alma mater to celebrate the very day he found out he had received an interview for Johnson 10 years ago.
Military Veterans: MBA education fosters natural business leadership
In my experience as a veteran in the Executive MBA Americas program at Cornell, Johnson is similar to the Marines in that it’s creating great leaders.
5 things to review before applying to Johnson’s Two-Year MBA program
Could Johnson’s Two-Year MBA program be a good fit for you? This Ithaca-based program offers incredible flexibility and a one-of-a-kind community.
Noteworthy: Judi Byers, admissions, offers insights on Johnson MBA applications, new developments
Judi Byers gives tips for prospective MBA students—from qualifications to application advice—and talks about differentiators at Johnson.
Noteworthy: Shreya Bajaj, MBA ’18, talks with P&Q on pursuing a U.S. MBA as an Indian student
Scholarships and programs specifically targeted to international students, such as an annual Diwali celebration, help ease the transition to American life.
Noteworthy: Drew Pascarella gives tips on choosing an MBA program for finance, banking
Recruiting relationships and conversion rates are important factors to consider, according to the Johnson School’s Drew Pascarella.
Act Fast! Aleda Schaffer, MBA ’10, speaks on women’s empowerment at JWiB
Johnson Women in Business welcomed Aleda Schaffer, MBA ’10, who spoke on women’s empowerment and discovering herself as a professional and mother.