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21 months
English
Berkeley

Program description

Leading through innovation is a mindset you develop and perfect in the Berkeley MBA program. It's a way of thinking and a set of skills that you will apply to the organizations in your future. You discover how to seize opportunities, challenge conventional wisdom, and lead with creativity. Our entire Haas School culture is about fresh thinking and new ideas. This is Berkeley, after all.

Your education as an innovative leader is anchored in the fundamentals of management and the latest theories and best practices in business.

An integral part of your management education is your ability to leverage the strengths of one of the truly great universities in the world - UC Berkeley.

And you are welcomed into an incredibly talented, diverse, collaborative community, distinguished by its strong desire to get involved and make the world a better place.

Application and Admission Requirements

  • Professional Experience
  • Academic Aptitude
  • Quantitative Proficiency
  • GMAT Exam
  • TOEFL Exam
  • Letters of Recommendation
  • Degree and diploma etc.

    Master of Business Administration (MBA)

    Experiential Learning

    Haas School students have many opportunities to learn outside of the classroom, in real-world business settings. Below are two examples of experiential learning programs that offer Haas students an opportunity to work with companies and organizations:

    International Business Development (IBD) program is a global management consulting program operated by the Clausen Center. Extremely popular with both MBA students and organizations and companies around the world, IBD has been assigning teams of MBA consultants to projects for 16 years.

    New Sector Alliance is an Accenture-sponsored nonprofit consulting enterprise designed to help nonprofits succeed in today's environment by creating entrepreneurial, efficient, and sustainable approaches to their missions. New Sector Alliance enables its consultants to apply the skills they have learned on the job and in the classroom to address the most significant issues affecting a nonprofit's ability to reach its full potential.

    Expenses / Tuition Fees

    Projected program and tuition cost for non-residents of the State of California for the nine-month academic year (fall 2008-spring 2009). = $39,000.

    For residents of California the projected program cost is $29,300.

    About school

    University of Berkeley: Haas School of Business

    For over 100 years, the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley, has offered a superb management education to outstanding men and women from around the world. The School is one of the world’s leading producers of...


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    Contact info

    University of Berkeley: Haas School of Business

    2220 Piedmont Avenue
    CA 94720-1900 Berkeley

    Phone no: +1 510 642 7989
    www.haas.berkeley.edu

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