Widely recognized as one of the finest graduate business programs in the world, the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University is home to a renowned, research-based faculty and bright, ambitious MBA students from around the globe. Kellogg has risen to prominence through dedication to academic excellence, a lively spirit of innovation, a commitment to serving the needs of organizations worldwide and, above all, a profound sense of fellowship.
Mission of Kellogg
The J. L. Kellogg School of Management of Northwestern University will be recognized as the premier global resource for 21st-century management, scholarship, and leadership.
About the Kellogg School of Management
The Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, founded in 1908, is widely recognized as a global leader in graduate business education. The school is home to a renowned, research-based faculty and MBA students from more than 50 countries and six continents.
Kellogg offers the full-time MBA program; The Managersï¿½ Program, which is a part-time MBA program; the Executive Master's Program, which is an executive MBA program; and the Executive Education Program. The school also offers three joint degree programs: the JD/MBA; MD/MBA; and Master of Engineering Management (MEM/MBA).
Beginning in 1996, Kellogg established the International Executive MBA Joint Degree Program (IEMBA) in Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Canada. Kellogg partners include the Recanati Graduate School of Management at Tel Aviv University in Israel; in the WHU, Otto Beisheim Graduate School in Vallendar, Germany; the School of Business and Management at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in China; and the Schulich School of Management at York University in Toronto.
Kellogg revolutionized graduate management education more than 50 years ago when it introduced executive education into its programming, is one of the first business schools to do so. In the 1970s, Kellogg again changed the face of graduate management education when it introduced the teamwork concept into its curriculum. Both the Kellogg executive education and teamwork models have been duplicated by business schools worldwide.
In July 2001, Dipak C. Jain began his responsibilities as dean of the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Since assuming this role, Jain has traveled extensively throughout the world to reconnect with Kellogg alumni, recruiters, and corporate leaders to discuss how the Kellogg School's graduating students fit into today's business world.