We thought so.
These actual quotes from our alumni speak volumes about our EMBA program. But they're only part of the reason the UB School of Management is consistently ranked among the world's best. See for yourself what awaits your career - and your future - at our next EMBA-4-A-Day.
The reputation of UB’s School of Management spans the globe, and students at the school hail from all over the world. In any given class, students in the Executive MBA program may find themselves sitting beside managers originally from India or Germany, as they listen to a professor who recently returned from teaching top executives in Singapore.
In an increasingly global business environment, the value of our program and our international reputation help ensure that the University at Buffalo MBA degree is a credential that opens doors for our graduates at businesses anywhere in the world. Since launching the Executive MBA program in Western New York in 1994, the School of Management has attracted the brightest management talent from leading companies.
Our alumni often refer to the network of executives in the EMBA program as one of the more important elements of the program. As an EMBA, you will interact with other executives and other business leaders, resulting in one of the most valuable investments you can make in yourself and your career.
We invite you to join us for our next EMBA-4-A-Day. This recruitment event allows you to see if the EMBA program is a good fit for you. Attend classes with our current EMBA students, meet our world-class faculty and members of the EMBA program staff.
Many students have said that auditing EMBA classes provided a better understanding of the schedule and classroom environment affording them invaluable insight to the UB EMBA program and confirming their decision to apply.
The schedule for this half day event includes a continental breakfast, morning classes, lunch and a meeting with the assistant dean. Registration is required.
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