Day-Long Collaboration Features Real Life Innovation with Food Service Start-ups
As part of a rich immersive component of the EMBA curriculum, student executives partnered with culinary creatives from KitchenTown, a food start-up incubator, to solve complex business issues - from finance and marketing, to supply chain and a variety of company-specific problems in between.
Santa Clara University is proud to announce its partnership with Dignity Health Global Education (DHGE), a leading healthcare workforce development company, to co-develop a series of online programs for healthcare professionals centered around social determinants of health and mission-led leadership.
A Graduate Business Blog by Lenore Grant, Director of Admissions
Curious about the ROI for a part-time degree? Director of Admissions, Lenore Grant, talks about the benefits you can expect from a part-time MBA including financial gains, the value of your network, and a wide array of career resources.
A dive into the origins, management, and uses and misuses of sovereign debt through the ages by Professor Kris Mitchener and co-authors Barry Eichengreen, Asmaa El-Ganainy, and Rui Esteves.
The newest rankings from U.S. News & World Report place Santa Clara University's Leavey School of Business in the Top 10% of business schools in the nation and includes national recognition for six of the school's concentrations.
Fortune Magazine places the Leavey School of Business among academic elites
Santa Clara University Executive MBA program (EMBA) is now ranked No. 25 in the country, according to a recent Fortune Education poll. The poll also recognized the Leavey School of Business program for the nation’s most exclusive cohort size, averaging 30-35 students per year.
A new study from GradReports shows that Santa Clara is the No. 2 Business School for Tech, with 7.28% of alumni employed with the Big Five tech companies (Google, Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Microsoft).
Women Represent Nearly 50% of the 2023 Class
Santa Clara University's Executive MBA program (EMBA) is smashing Silicon Valley’s rumored glass ceiling, reporting that 48% of the Class of 2023 are women. A total of 23 students were matriculated into the Leavey School of Business’ premier program and the nearly 50% female enrollment far exceeds the global female MBA enrollment trend of 32% in 2020,
The student-run Product Club recently hosted its second-ever, school-wide Product Challenge for graduate students and alumni. Designed to inspire students for a future career in Product Marketing, participants work in teams to design a successful Go-To-Market strategy for a new product launch under the mentorship of several industry experts.
New Ranking Places Program Amongst The Nation’s Elite
Santa Clara University’s Executive MBA program (EMBA) is ranked No. 4 in California, according to the prestigious Poets&Quants recent poll. The publication also ranked the program second in the Bay Area and No. 28 in the country.