At the Eli Broad Graduate School of Management at Michigan State University, we are in the business of developing leaders for the global, multicultural marketplace. Thanks to our distinctive approach to management education, the central characteristic of our graduates is the ability to lead the process of change.
The Broad School's hands-on leadership focus is unparalleled among American business schools. It is a competitive advantage for our graduates. Our students have constant opportunities to practice the skills they've learned, through the Team Leadership Lab, the Financial Analysis Lab, the Supply Chain Lab and other innovative simulation opportunities. Case competitions encourage the development of strategic thinking, problem-solving skills and presentation capabilities in a high pressure environment that simulates real decision-making situations, preparing students for career success.
Thanks to our size, we can offer more practice; more personal feedback from our accomplished and approachable faculty; more emphasis on teamwork; and a more cohesive experience with other students. This equates to new hires that can work well with a variety of people in a variety of situations.
Our top-ranked MBA Career Services Center has earned an outstanding reputation among students and corporate recruiters, who admire the leadership of Broad MBAs their capacity to create teams, to move things forward in organizations and to build consensus. From the Wall Street Journal to Business Week, from Forbes to Financial Times, ranking organizations have also applauded our efforts and our "best-buy" value. A strong sense of self-reliance and a well-established work ethic assure our graduates' success in business. Whether within a corporate structure or in their own enterprises, Broad graduates are able to capitalize on the opportunities they create.
The Broad School has been accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) since 1953. AACSB International accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide. Institutions that earn accreditation confirm their commitment to quality and continuous improvement through a rigorous and comprehensive peer review.
|FT MBA Program||Weekend MBA Program|
|Duration||21 months||19 months|
|Available for employment||Septempber||open|
|Number of students||84||170|
|Average years of work experience||4||10.2|
|% International students||32|
|Average GMAT score||636||565|
The Eli Broad Graduate School of Management
Michigan State University
645 N. Shaw Lane, Suite 211
East Lansing, MI 48824-1121
+1 (517) 432-3626
Last Statistics 2012
Hires by Industry
|Consumer Products||15 %|
|Financial Services||3 %|
Hires by Function
|Human Resources||22 %|
|Supply CHain||44 %|
Average salary upon graduation
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