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IBEAR MBA

Leading One-Year International MBA for Mid-Career Professionals

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Leading One-Year International MBA Program in U.S.

According to Poets and Quants

 


 

Program Snapshot

55
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE
12-15
NUMBER OF COUNTRIES REPRESENTED
35
AVERAGE AGE
11
AVERAGE WORK EXPERIENCE YEARS

 

Undergraduate Majors

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Business 25%
Science & Engineering 41%
Humanities & Social Sciences 20%
Economics 9%
Computer Science 5%

Established 1978
Total Number of Graduates 1800

Rankings:  
Top 4 in Poets and Quants  
Top 10 in International Business  

Key Program Features

  • 12 month program at USC's Campus in Los Angeles from July 2017 to July 2018.
  • Earn the USC Marshall MBA degree.
  • Designed for mid-career professionals seeking global leadership positions.
  • Learn in a class size of 55 diverse and globally focused participants.
  • Average age of participants is 35.
  • 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 1800 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 $45,000 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.
    • Off campus housing subsidy at an attractive location is provided. The subsidy offered amounts to $9,000 for candidates attending the program alone or with their spouse, and $15,000 for those candidates attending with families.