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University of Miami Business School - Global Executive MBA

Miami Business School Global Executive MBA Program

The 17-month, hybrid Miami Business School Global Executive MBA program is designed for established professionals, regardless of their undergraduate background. In total, nine on-campus residencies are held every other month, with the remaining courses taught online.


There are four distinct themes in the Miami Business School Global Executive MBA curriculum: Strategy & Execution; Cross-Cultural Leadership; Managing Operations & Decision Making; and Entrepreneurship, Innovation, & Technology.

Teaching, according to the school, is taught through “simulation, role play, and case studies along with global immersion business experiences and C-suite panels.”

Class Profile

Students enrolled in the program have about 14 years of work experience and come from over 20 countries.

Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid

The total cost of the Miami Business School Global Executive MBA program is $122,380. This total includes the cost of tuition, an enrollment fee, accommodations, textbooks, meals, and much more.

U.S. students may be able to fund their education with federal financial aid. However, private loan options are available and may be a requirement for international applicants. More scholarships and financial aid information can be found here.


In order to apply to the Miami Business School Global Executive MBA, applicants must provide the following:

• An online application
• Official transcripts
• A résumé
• One letter of recommendation
• TOEFL and/or IELTS scores (if necessary)

GMAT/GRE scores are not explicitly required.

Application deadlines are as follows:

Final Round – July 15, 2019

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