The Yale School of Management (SOM) offers a number of postgraduate degrees, including the two-year Master’s of Business Administration (MBA), MBA for Executives, Global Pre-MBA Leadership Program, Master of Advanced Management (MAM), Masters of Management Studies in Systemic Risk, and several doctorate degrees.
Throughout the year, students will have opportunities to both broaden and deepen their pool of knowledge, hear from the top decision makers from the private, public, and nonprofit sectors who regularly visit campus, learn how to appreciate a new sport and even team up with fellow students to plan a major conference. They will get to know know classmates who were bankers, entrepreneurs, teachers, consultants, and relief workers, and who have lived and worked in countries across the globe. These people will become friends and colleagues, enriching each every student’s two years at Yale and assisting them in forming a lifelong personal and professional network.Yale’s faculty were rated #1 of all MBA faculty in the Economist survey in 2018 and number one in U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 Best Non-Profit MBA Rankings.
Total cost for the MBA would be an estimated US$104,660 inclusive of living expenses. All MBA applicants are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships without needing to submit any separate applications.
The median salary for MBA graduates from Yale’s class of 2018 was $127,100, with a signing bonus of $30,000. 78% of the graduating students landed full time jobs in the US, while the rest started international careers.