What is it?
The UBC MBA and Yale MAM are complementary degrees. With the UBC MBA, you gain business experience and expertise that can transform your career path. When paired with the Yale MAM, you gain an even more in-depth understanding of global issues that enable you to make an even bigger impact as a global business leader.
In the Yale MAM, 20% of your curriculum is comprised of four required courses, while the other 80% is comprised of courses from either the Yale School of Management of other graduate and professional programs at Yale University. Some popular electives include:
- Mastering Influence and Persuasion
- Music, Service, and Society
- Venture Capital and Private Equity
Who is it for?
Applicants who apply for the Dual Degree may choose one of two options:
Applicants may apply for both the UBC MBA and the Yale MAM at the same time, communicating to both programs in their application their intention to start the MAM post-MBA. (Students will not be accepted into the MAM, unless they are confirmed that they have been accepted into the UBC MBA.)
Current students, once accepted into the UBC MBA may apply for the Yale MAM in the beginning months of the UBC MBA program.
Tuition for the UBC MBA and the Yale MAM is separate.
UBC MBA application information
Students in the MAM who are interested in working in the public or non-profit sector after graduation may be eligible for the Yale School of Management Loan Forgiveness Program. More information on financing your MAM can be found here.
In both programs, all admitted candidates are considered for a scholarship, based on merit.
While Rodolpho Campos's MBA gave him the leadership and business skills he needed for his position with General Motors. It was the Yale MAM that elevated his skillset and provided him a global network. "We are 50 students from 29 countries who discuss, interact, and gain perspective from each other." he says.
Learning alongside such a diverse class gave Campos the advantage of international perspective on his industry. And thanks to Yale's location in the US. Campos was sponsored by General Motors to work in their headquarters in Detroit for a year, before he was sent to their offices in China.
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