Lasting friendships open new doors for students at the Kellogg School.
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Supported by a worldwide network of more than 50,000 alumni, today's students continue the legacy that began when the school was founded at Northwestern University more than one hundred years ago.
A Kellogg business education will give you the experience necessary to prepare you to outsmart the competition, excel in the fast-paced global economy, solve problems creatively and build consensus across diverse groups.
Markets and management
The Kellogg curriculum emphasizes general management: the ability to manage across all areas of an organization. To be a good general manager, one needs to understand how each area affects the others and how to encourage them to cooperate.
But to be a great general manager, one must be able to look beyond the confines of the company and into the mind of the market. One must understand the social, political and economic forces that will shape the company’s future.
Power in numbers
At Kellogg, you’ll form lasting social, intellectual and professional bonds with your classmates. Student culture at Kellogg is rich and multi-faceted, but a single principle ties it all together: teamwork.
Our students collaborate in the classroom (and outside it) to meet professors’ exacting standards. They organize conferences, chair student groups and invite distinguished leaders to speak on campus. They travel to nations around the world to complete coursework of their own design. In an increasingly interconnected world, Kellogg students learn to harness the power of the team.
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