University of Miami Business School - Global OneMBA
Miami Business School Global OneMBA Program Structure
The 21-month Global OneMBA executive program at the Miami Business School is a five-school partnered program, giving enrolled students a wholly unique, cross-continental global experience. The program takes place at the Miami Business School, EGADE Business School at Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico, FGV EAESP is Sao Paulo, Brazil, the Rotterdam School of Management at Erasmus University in the Netherlands, and the School of Management at Xiamen University. Each residency is one week long per school. Every eight weeks there is a three-day local residency. Classes and cohort projects are also completed online in a distinct hybrid format.
The Global OneMBA teaches students both a global curriculum and the regional curriculum. The global curriculum is consistent regardless of which school the student originates from. However, the regional curriculum is specified to where a specific student states. For the Miami Business School version, its regional curriculum includes classes like Global Institutions and Environment and Business Analytics and Technology.
The Global OneMBA class features 30 students at an average age of 40, with 43 percent female students. The cohort has an average of 18 years of professional work experience per student.
Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid
The total cost of the Miami Business School GlobalOne MBA program is $122,380. This total includes the cost of tuition, an enrollment fee, accommodations, textbooks, meals, and much more. However, travel expenses are not included in the total estimate and fall on the student.
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 GlobalOne MBA program, students must have at least six years or more professional work experience, in addition to the following:
GMAT/GRE scores are not explicitly required. Strong candidates will be asked to conduct an interview.