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A Collaborative Learning Environment

Our collaborative culture starts in the classroom, where you’ll be challenged and championed by peers and faculty who share your passion for learning. In group assignments and lively classroom debate, you’ll engage with professionals from a broad range of industries and backgrounds who will empower you to think boldly.

Executive MBA students taking a group selfie

Study Groups 
At your home campus, you’ll meet regularly with a study group of four to six classmates chosen for their diversity of background, job function, and industry. During international session weeks, you’ll join a different study group that brings together classmates from all three campuses. Study groups serve as both an academic support system and a chance to incorporate new perspectives into your business tool kit.

Executive MBA Students in a classroom

International Sessions 
No matter which of our global campuses you choose as your home base, you’ll spend five weeks with students from all three locations. First-year Executive MBA students begin the program together in Chicago during Kick-Off Week, followed by international session weeks at our London and Hong Kong campuses. You will gather with the entire Executive MBA global cohort again for Electives Weeks in Chicago, during your second year. Along the way, you’ll explore new cultures, expand your network, and develop a broader point of view.

Benefits of Booth’s Global Cohort Community

Executive MBA students and faculty describe the benefits of the program’s global network.

Stories about the Executive MBA Student Experience

Women’s Winter Weekend

Here are three takeaways from this year’s Women’s Winter Weekend, an annual event that illustrates what it means to be a woman at Booth.

The EMBA Network

Chicago Executive MBA student Rebecca Thomson offers advice for networking with 240 of your new closest friends.

Your Experience Outside of Class

Over the course of your time in the program, you will find many opportunities to enhance your Executive MBA student experience. Here are some examples:

  • Travel and study with your global classmates during five international session weeks, held in Chicago, London, and Hong Kong.
  • Attend numerous Booth-hosted events, including receptions, dinners, and cultural outings that promote connections with your classmates. Partners are often invited to join, and special family days are hosted at each campus.
  • Engage with guest speakers who visit campus to share their knowledge and insights developed during their careers.
  • Connect with Chicago Booth alumni during events such as Booth 20/20, Executives-in-Residence, Breakfast Series, and Worldwide Booth night. Alumni also enroll in elective courses during the second half of the program.
  • Invest in your career by actively engaging with Career Services staff and participating in the many events that are hosted to help you manage your next career move.
  • Join extracurricular groups such as Booth Women Advance and the Student Advisory and Activities Council.
  • Celebrate graduation with your fellow Executive MBA students by attending the Graduation Ball at Chicago’s famed Field Museum.

An Empowering Alumni Network

Build lifelong connections with more than 54,000 high-powered alumni around the world. As an Executive MBA student, you'll have numerous opportunities to connect with accomplished leaders through Booth events, alumni clubs, Electives Weeks, and more.

Booth Events 
Once a year, the Booth community comes together in more than 90 cities around the globe for Worldwide Booth Night—a chance to celebrate shared connections and demonstrate Booth pride. Students and alumni also gather in cities around the world for lectures, conferences, and other social and professional events.

Electives Weeks
More than 100 Booth alumni come back to Booth every summer to join Executive MBA students for Electives Weeks. This a valuable opportunity to network with high-powered executives from around the world in a classroom setting.

Alumni Clubs 
More than 90 alumni organizations across the globe give you the chance to network, learn, socialize, and make connections.

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