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Entering Spring 2014
Notes: Mandatory orientation events on January 5, 2014 will start at 4pm after hotel check-in that day. Evening programming may also be scheduled on 2/10, 3/10, 4/6, 5/12, 6/8, 7/7, 8/3, 9/8, 10/19, and 11/17 after hotel check-in.
Term One — Spring 2014*
April 7–12 (Silicon Valley)
Term Two — Summer 2014
June 10 –14
July 7–12 (Toronto)
Term Three — Fall 2014**
October 20-25 (Sao Paulo)
Terms Four (Spring 2015) and Five (Summer 2015)
Students in terms four and five will complete a total of eight additional electives, choosing among global elective block week courses (typically Sunday–Thursday), international seminars^^, and EMBA Friday/Saturday or Saturday electives.
^^International seminars will be scheduled during terms three, four, and five. The cost of one international seminar is included in the program tuition.
*Accommodations are included for program dates listed above. Check-in for each module is on the day prior. Programming may being after 4:00pm on 1/5, 2/10, 3/10, 4/6, 5/12, 6/9, 7/6, 8/3, 9/8, 10/19, and 12/1.
**In addition to three courses scheduled during the term three program dates listed above, all students are required to enroll in either a global elective block week or international seminar during this term.
Upcoming Information Sessions
Tuesday, September 9 - Warren Hall, Room 309
Experience EMBA-Americas Panel
Saturday, September 13 - Uris Hall, Room 142
GMAT Prep-Focused EMBA Session
Saturday, September 20 -Uris Hall, Room 141
EMBA Portfolio Information Session
Saturday, October 11 - Uris Hall, Room 301
Spotlight On: EMBA Academics
For a full list of upcoming EMBA-Global information sessions, both for EMBA-Global Americas and Europe and EMBA-Global Asia, please visit the EMBA-Global website.
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