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IBEAR MBA

Leading One-Year International MBA for Mid-Career Professionals

The IBEAR Story

The Top Ten

The Family Experience

The Educational Experience

IBEAR Careers

IBCP Overview

IBCP CENTRAL

IBCP CTE

IBCP Luminit

The IBEAR Story

The Top Ten

The Family Experience

The Educational Experience

IBEAR Careers

IBCP Overview

IBCP CENTRAL

IBCP CTE

IBCP Luminit

 

Program Snapshot

12

Average Work Experience

35

Average Age

56

Average Class Size

Undergraduate Majors: 35% Business & Economics, 45% Science & Engineering, 20& Humanities & Social Science

35% Business and Economics
45% Science & Engineering
20% Humanities & Social Sciences

Pre-MBA Career Industries: 20% High Tech, 20% Financial Services, 10% Consulting, 35% Consumer Services/CPG, 15% Other

20% High Tech
20% Financial Services
10% Consulting
35% Consumer Services/CPG
15% Other 

Participants by Region: 65% Asia, 15% North America, 15% Latin America, 3% Europe, 2% Africa

 65% Asia
15% North America
15% Latin America
3% Europe
2% Africa

Key Program Features

  • 12 month program at USC's Campus in Los Angeles.
  • Earn the USC Marshall MBA degree.
  • Designed for mid-career professionals seeking global leadership positions.
  • Learn in a class size of 56 diverse and globally focused participants.
  • Average age of participants is 34-36.
  • Dedicated career development professional for 35 self-sponsored participants.
  • Individualized career development plan for mid-career professionals.
  • Global travel for management consulting projects and business networking forums.
  • Frequent networking opportunities with senior professionals and alumni from multiple industries.
  • Leverage 2000 IBEAR alumni in 60 countries as well as USC's Trojan alumni network.
  • Participate in 4 month long client commissioned International Business Consulting Project; capstone experience of the IBEAR MBA Program.
  • Multiple scholarship and financial aid options available to participants:
    • IBEAR Global Business Fellow awards tuition scholarships which range from $5,000 up to a maximum of $50,000 to high potential self-sponsored international and U.S. Candidates.
    • Hanjin/Korean Air Scholarship: One partial tuition award to a Korean national or Korean-American or to a self-sponsored participant focused on a career in global supply chain/logistics.
    • Honjo Foundation/Jack G. Lewis Scholarship: One partial tuition award to a self-sponsored participant of Japanese heritage.
  • 10-day International Experiential Learning Program trip to cultural and economic centers in two Asian economies designed to provide participants with a deep understanding of business practices, conditions, and opportunities. Funding in the amount $3400 for your mandatory International Experiential Trip is added to the cost of attending the IBEAR MBA Program.
  • Two 3-day Career Treks to Silicon Valley and Seattle. Your optional Domestic Experiential Learning Trips / Career Treks are funded through a combination of program fee and student contributions