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Clark University Graduate School of Management

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As MBA programs go, Clark University’s Graduate School of Management is a small and intimate program with just over 150 full-time students. They tend to be more international than most, with nearly six out of every ten students from outside the U.S., and young, with the average age of a graduate student 25. The school is generally known for its friendly students, cutting-edge courses and programs, teamwork, and emphasis  on the global economy.

For a small school that is off the radar, the MBA program offers students surprising versatility. There are concentrations in social change and sustainability, we well as the more mainstream specializations in accounting, finance, global business, information systems, management, and marketing. The school’s curriculum emphasizes essential “soft” skills such as strategic decision-making, leadership, negotiation and communication.

The Global Business Seminar is a capstone course that includes a week-long trip to an international business hub. The course focuses on a different country each year examining its business and economic environment and culiminating with a visit to a variety of companies within the country. This year’s class traveled to Buenos Aries, Argentina while past trips have included France, China and Germany. Clark also offers an unique Doing Business in Northern Europe Program, an accelerated four-week business course that takes place at a major university in Sweden.

The school also offers dual master’s degrees in community development and planning as well as environmental science and policy.

Just 45 minutes away from Boston and 60 minutes out of Providence, the urban campus is in much more affordable Worcester, Mass.

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Clark’s Graduate School of Management is listed among the 296 best business schools in the world by The Princeton Review.

Tuition & Fees: $57,600
Mean GMAT: 566
GMAT Range: 530-640
Average GPA:  3.30
Acceptance Rate: 44%

Full-Time Enrollment: 163
International: 59%
Female: 46%
Minority: 4%
Mean Age: 27

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Contact Information

Location:
950 Main Street
Worcester, MA 01610
Admissions Office:
508-793-7373
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From Clark University Graduate School of Management:

We Rank Among the Best Business Schools.

Clark GSOM is a small, academically rigorous, AACSB-accredited business school that offers a personalized, collaborative learning experience. Since its launch in 1982, GSOM has embodied its mission to develop a diverse community of learners, researchers, and business professionals who think critically, manage collaboratively and contribute to their organizations and society.

Why Clark GSOM?

  • A small learning community with major indicators of excellence, including AACSB Accreditation and recognition by Princeton Review.
  • Dedicated Graduate School of Management career staff to partner with you during your studies and help direct your career development.
  • Flexible part- and full-time course options with evening, day, summer, online and accelerated classes.
  • Collaborative learning environment where you receive personal attention from scholar-practitioner faculty.
  • The opportunity to effect real change by solving actual business issues of consequence for local, national and international companies and organizations.

We are committed to the Principles for Responsible Management (PRME), evident not only in our curriculum and research, but also through personal interactions with our faculty, staff, students and alumni. Our students challenge the status quo, enjoy learning across disciplines, and think on a global level. They become future leaders who ensure the long-term viability of our enterprises and our world.

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