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Yale School of Management

Edward P. Evans Hall, New Haven United States
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    COVID19 information:

    Yale School of Management is monitoring the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus and related travel restrictions and adjusting plans for programs as events warrant. Yale remains open but all classes will be online. The EMBA admissions team will work with individuals who are unable to meet deadlines to complete the process, and will continue to accept and evaluate applications. You can find full information here: https://som.yale.edu/programs/emba/admissions/application-information

    How Will Covid-19 Affect My Application?

    Yale has chosen to extend the Round 3 test score submission deadline to April 24, as well as including a Round 3 extended deadline of May 27.

    The mission of the Yale School of Management is to educate leaders for business and society. This mission reflects the vision and expectation that our graduates are inspiring leaders who own and solve hard problems that matter. The Yale School of Management has always been an innovator in the training of professional managers. The school’s integrated MBA curriculum, launched in 2006, adapts that spirit of innovation to the current business landscape. Yale SOM’s core curriculum replaces many traditional subjects, such as finance and marketing, with multi-disciplinary, team-taught courses, called Organizational Perspectives, that teach students to draw on the information, tools, and skills necessary to develop creative solutions and make strategic decisions. The school supports this integrative approach with SOM-developed teaching materials that incorporate the actual resources and information a contemporary manager must draw on every day; for instance, the school’s online “raw” case format utilizes documents such as 10-Ks and analyst reports, alongside other materials such as faculty-authored articles and media reports, to enable students to analyze business problems.

    About

    COVID19 information:

    Yale School of Management is monitoring the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus and related travel restrictions and adjusting plans for programs as events warrant. Yale remains open but all classes will be online. The EMBA admissions team will work with individuals who are unable to meet deadlines to complete the process, and will continue to accept and evaluate applications. You can find full information here: https://som.yale.edu/programs/emba/admissions/application-information

    How Will Covid-19 Affect My Application?

    Yale has chosen to extend the Round 3 test score submission deadline to April 24, as well as including a Round 3 extended deadline of May 27.

    The mission of the Yale School of Management is to educate leaders for business and society. This mission reflects the vision and expectation that our graduates are inspiring leaders who own and solve hard problems that matter. The Yale School of Management has always been an innovator in the training of professional managers. The school’s integrated MBA curriculum, launched in 2006, adapts that spirit of innovation to the current business landscape. Yale SOM’s core curriculum replaces many traditional subjects, such as finance and marketing, with multi-disciplinary, team-taught courses, called Organizational Perspectives, that teach students to draw on the information, tools, and skills necessary to develop creative solutions and make strategic decisions. The school supports this integrative approach with SOM-developed teaching materials that incorporate the actual resources and information a contemporary manager must draw on every day; for instance, the school’s online “raw” case format utilizes documents such as 10-Ks and analyst reports, alongside other materials such as faculty-authored articles and media reports, to enable students to analyze business problems.

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