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Partner University | Carlson School of Management | WU

Partner university: Carlson School of Management

The WU-Carlson MBA Advantage

  • Accreditation since 1920 from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business
  • One of the top joint Executive MBA programs in Europe
  • Faculty who are ranked at the top of their field
  • Access to Fortune 500 companies
  • Ranked No. 13 globally for “work experience” by The Financial Times
  • Offers four overseas residency modules in China, India, Russia, and the United States​
The campus is located in downtown Minneapolis.

Ranked among the top 20 in the USA

The School’s graduate degree programs consistently rank among the top 20 programs in the USA. Its internationally renowned faculty is consistently rated among the best academic researchers in global business schools. The University of Minnesota community includes seven Nobel Laureates as graduates and 13 faculty Nobel Laureates.

The Carlson School is committed to dynamic educational experiences with real-world applications. In addition to its domestic and Global Executive MBA programs, the Carlson School offers additional master’s programs, two doctoral programs, and a bachelor’s degree in business. The Carlson School’s Graduate Business Career Center offers a wide range of services and programs to help students succeed in the competitive US market.

Your benefits:

  • ​​Membership in the Carlson School of Management Alumni Society, which has more than 50,000 members in 78 countries.
  • Invitation to Carlson School and University of Minnesota alumni gatherings around the world.
  • Access to other Carlson School alumni who work in a variety of industries and positions around the world via the Carlson School Facebook and LinkedIn groups.
  • Regular news updates, including the latest faculty research, from the Carlson School and University of Minnesota.

Visit the website of the Carlson School of Management.

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