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IE Brown Executive MBA

Developing innovative leaders for a changing world

A joint degree: Two institutions, one unique experience in management education.

Combining IE's strength in interdisciplinary management education and Brown’s excellence in the humanities, social, biological and physical sciences, the two schools have created the IE Brown Executive MBA to develop informed, globally-minded, and innovative business leaders.

The program provides senior managers with the opportunity to develop and broaden their management and leadership skills in an intensive, international environment. The program brings together faculty from the IE and Brown, integrating leading management thinking with wider perspectives from the humanities, social sciences, engineering, and life sciences.

Program Information:

15 Months, Beginning March 2016

Eligibility: Senior managers, professionals, and entrepreneurs with significant work experience
Location: Providence, Madrid, Cape Town, Online
Application Information: Applications now being accepted for the class beginning March 2016

Learn more about the IE Brown Executive MBA - Visit the Program Web Site »

IE and Brown Partnership

Since 2009, IE Business School and Brown University have pursued a broad-based partnership, bringing together one of the world’s leading business schools and a globally distinguished research university. This unique partnership rests on shared values and a common vision. Brown and IE are committed to academic excellence, student-centered learning, innovation in teaching, and research driven by entrepreneurial thinking and interdisciplinary exchange.

Contact a U.S. Admissions Representative





United States - South

Guillermo Montes

(954) 323-8748

United States - West

Jean Marie Winikates

(310) 234-0900

United States - East

Kim Janulewicz

(646) 354-6545

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