Global Classroom

Executive MBA students can complete global electives at Kellogg partner schools abroad, where homegrown faculty share rare insights into local business, culture and politics. Scenery and national anthems will vary, but the same philosophy and top-tier education unites the students and faculty in all our programs in Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the America.

The world is your classroom

The Kellogg-HKUST Executive MBA program brings leaders together in an intellectual quest that encompasses six continents. The journey is enriching, distinguished by fresh insights and valuable new networks.

Learn more about our global classroom by exploring our key locations below:


Chicago, U.S.

Evanston Campus

Live-in courses:

  • Negotiation Strategies
  • Strategic Crisis Management
  • Strategic Decisions in Operations
  • Strategic Marketing Decisions

Global Elective Courses:

  • Consumer Led Growth
  • Incentive, Organization & Strategy
  • Innovation Strategy & Management
  • Leading High Impact Teams
  • Strategic Alliances
  • TechVenture: India
  • Visualization for Persuasion

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Vallendar & Düsseldorf, Germany

WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management

Global Elective Courses:

  • Luxury Brand Management
  • The Analytic Edge
  • The Business Environment in Europe

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Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv, Israel

Recanati School of Business Administration

Global Elective Courses:

  • Intellectual Capital Management
  • Management in a Data Driven Environment
  • Product Management for Technology Companies
  • Venture Capital

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Hong Kong, China

HKUST Business School

Global Elective Courses:

  • Deal Making in China and Asia
  • Understanding Consumers
  • Value Investing

Toronto, Canada

Schulich School of Business

Global Elective Courses:

  • Enterprise IT Strategy and Governance
  • Mergers and Acquisitions

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Miami, U.S.

Kellogg School of Management Northwestern University

Global Elective Courses

  • Biases & Forecasts
  • Family Enterprises: Success and Continuity
  • Investment Banks, Hedge Funds and Private Equity
  • Marketing Analytics
  • Strategic Alliances
  • Strategies for Growth
  • Strategy Beyond Markets
  • World Economy

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Peking University

Beijing, China

Guanghua School of Management


  • Finance in China
  • West Meets East: Strategic Implications for Managing in the 21st Century

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