Founded in 1908, the Kellogg School of Management is a global business school with a mission to educate, equip and inspire leaders who build strong organizations and wisely leverage the power of markets to create lasting value.
From world-renowned expertise in the field of marketing to cutting-edge work in negotiations, human-machine intelligence, next generation data analytics and game theory, Kellogg faculty have led the transformation of business knowledge and education for decades.
Kellogg was an early and influential proponent of the team-based learning model, which is based on the belief that management is a group activity, not an individual pursuit. This model has become the norm in almost every Kellogg course and has been adopted by many other business schools around the globe. Kellogg’s collaborative culture has its roots in this innovation.
More than 20 years ago, Kellogg began sowing the seeds of what has become the school’s premier executive MBA global network. The relationships and partnerships forged with world-class institutions have enabled Kellogg to offer a distinctive approach to global education, combining deep knowledge and experience in global practices with rich local expertise.
Kellogg has campuses in Evanston, downtown Chicago, and Miami, Florida, as well as its EMBA global network, comprised of five campuses in Canada, Asia, the Middle East and Europe.
Today, Kellogg alumni lead and grow some of the most notable organizations in the world. The more than 60,000 alumni in 100 countries dedicate time, energy, insights and resources to support the school.