In an age where we face enormous challenges and opportunities, we know that solutions to the world’s biggest challenges are best achieved when everyone contributes. That’s why we strive to ensure that the academic and community experiences we deliver are inclusive and accessible.
We apply the same thinking to our academic philosophy and our admissions process. We believe that our students can learn a great deal from one another, so we curate diverse cohorts that bring together people from a wide variety of backgrounds, professional experiences, geographies, and career aspirations to facilitate peer-to-peer learning and collaboration.
We see you as much more than a set of facts and figures. We look at the whole picture in our admissions process. We aim to admit students who come with at least two years of work experience to best benefit from the courses and conversations. We also look closely at the goals you are seeking to achieve and how we can mutually benefit from your admission to our MBA program in sustainability. Ultimately, those who join us are intrinsically motivated to take what they learn in our classrooms and use it to tackle big, important problems such as social justice and the climate crisis, working through the private sector to find and build lasting solutions.
Here’s a look at our current student profile.