"I love my job, so leaving it for a full-time MBA program was out of the question. MBA@UNC was the only top-ranked program flexible enough to fit into my busy life.” ”
Jamie DeMaria, Corporate Vice President and MBA@UNC student 2013
- Ranked 7th in the United States for “Leadership” among all top MBA programs (Source: BusinessWeek 2012)
- Program based on the same curriculum as the on-campus MBA program, ranked among the top-20 programs in the U.S. by The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg BusinessWeek and U.S. News & World Report
MBA@UNC meets the demands of high-potential professionals who want to earn an MBA from a top ranked US school without leaving their jobs or moving. It’s perfect for expatriates, professionals whose jobs requires extensive travel or frequent transfers or executives who are eager to secure the highest credentials upon which to build a US-based career.
If you’re serious about advancing your career, MBA@UNC offers you the ideal platform to pursue your passion and grow as a leader. Like all of UNC Kenan-Flagler’s MBA programs, MBA@UNC is fully accredited by AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), the premier accrediting agency.
MBA@UNC - The London Global Immersion
MBA@UNC is structured so that faculty and classmates get to know one another in ways that shape the vibrant learning community that sets UNC Kenan-Flagler apart from other business schools. As a student in the program, you will collaborate with classmates, faculty and business leaders through Global Immersions in cities around the world.
These three-day weekend immersions are high-impact experiences during which MBA@UNC students learn new business frameworks from faculty, gain on-the-ground perspectives from global corporate leaders and collaborate with classmates to put newly-gained knowledge into practice.
Immersions are stand-alone courses, with no prerequisite classes required, so you can register as soon as you enroll in the program. As a student, you are encouraged to attend as many immersions as you like; however, you will only be required to attend two during the course of the program, and receive graduation credit for up to four.