One program. One faculty. The first and only business school with dedicated campuses in North America, Asia, and Europe. All pure Chicago. Whether you’re in Chicago, London, or Hong Kong, you choose the location that best fits your schedule, and you’ll learn the same unique approach to management education that all our students receive.
- Chicago – Home to the University of Chicago, the city plays host to four major financial and futures exchanges and 29 Fortune 500 companies. Chicago knows how to work and play. Chicago is a city that has skyscrapers and sailboats, and a city in a garden. Chicago is home to the Cubs, Sox, Bears, Bulls, and Blackhawks, as well as the Steppenwolf, Second City, and Broadway-in-Chicago. The Chicago campus draws Executive MBA students from across the Americas.
- London – The center of the world's financial markets, London is a city layered with history. Roman, medieval, Victorian, and modern London live together on the banks of the Thames, the city's backbone. Today, the city encompasses the cutting edge in food, fashion, film, theater, music, and more. Executive MBA students from all corners of the globe attend the London campus.
- Hong Kong – As a longstanding financial center of the Asia-Pacific region and a Special Administrative Region of China since 1997, Hong Kong plays an important role in the modernization of the Chinese economy, already the second largest in the world and still among the fastest growing. Because of this unique position, Hong Kong attracts talented professionals from around the world. This global mix will be reflected in the makeup of Executive MBA students who will call the Hong Kong campus home. The Asia Executive MBA Program will be based in Hong Kong beginning with the incoming class in June 2014. The program will be run in a fully outfitted, state-of-the-art campus facility. Read the press release »
- Singapore – The world's busiest port city, Singapore hums with commerce. This thriving business and financial center, fourth-largest foreign exchange trading center, goes back to the beginnings of the spice trade. Its history is a blend of Malay inhabitants, Chinese traders and workers, Indian businessmen and laborers, Arab merchants, British colonials, European adventure-seekers, and an assortment of Southeast Asian settlers. The Singapore campus is home to the already enrolled AXP-13 and AXP-14 cohorts.