Yale School of Management has announced a new dual master’s degree, created in partnership with four other global business schools. Students participating in the program will receive a master’s degree from one of the partner schools after their first year of study, then receive a second degree from school.
The second degree is Yale’s Master of Management Studies in Global Business and Society.
The four partner schools where students can earn their first master’s degree are all members of the Global Network for Advanced Management. These schools are:
The dual-degree program, which Yale is calling “M2M,” involves first earning a Master in Management (MiM) from one of the four partner schools, then earning the second master’s degree from Yale. Alternatively, students can earn a second degree from FGV or HKUST.
When students complete the program, they will be alumni of both the schools, with access to all the resources of both the institutions.
Yale expects that admitted students will have between 3 months and 3 years of work experience.
To know more about applying to the Yale M2M connect with IMS’s Center for International Education.