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The Master of Business Administration (MBA) Program

Your International MBA

As you make your choice among accredited MBA programs, you may have encountered an interesting question: “Does it matter where you get an MBA?” And you already know the answer is “yes.” That’s because you’re driven to do more than just meet the degree requirements for an MBA: you want to learn all you can from your professors and peers, in the very best international business MBA program – so that you can launch the global career you’ve envisioned. Brandeis International Business School (IBS) is known nationally and internationally as the destination of choice for a global MBA. 

As a student here, you’ll not only learn from top business practitioners and scholars, in one of the most diverse cities in the U.S.; by studying and interacting with classmates from more than 60 countries, you’ll also be part of a truly global community.

MBA Faculty

  • Not only passionate educators and accomplished scholars, but also esteemed international business professionals  – positioning them to provide essential career advice
  • Includes former World Bank economist, Harvard Business School consultant, and award-winning international author
  • Accessible and available – small class size means you build close relationships with your professors and have ample opportunity to discuss your ideas, research interests, and career goals.

Take your global MBA studies – and your international business career – to the next level. See for yourself what it means to be a part of the MBA program at Brandeis IBS. 

MBA Class Profile - 2014

Number Enrolled: 36

Average GMAT: 584
Average GPA: 3.35
Average Work Experience: 4 years

Male to Female Ratio: 67:33
Average Age: 27
Countries Represented: Afghanistan, China, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Guinea, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Korea, Russia, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, United States, and Vietnam

Your Academic Experience

  • Challenging and broadly applicable curriculum that considers all business topics – from corporate communication to data analysis – through a global lens
  • Specific course topics range from global dexterity and transnational negotiations to international corporate finance and the global economic environment
  • Course content is continually updated to reflect the latest developments in global business and world affairs
  • Specialized training in Bloomberg Lab and other “must-have” industry technologies

International MBA Courses

  • 64 required credits – a mixture of highly relevant core courses and your choice of electives to help you reach your professional goals
  • As a full-time student, you will earn the degree in four (4) semesters – approximately 21 months
  • Courses incorporate case studies, discussions, and team projects – closely aligned with the modern professional marketing environment