Founding Academic Institutions - Global Ivy Emeritus Institute of Management

EMERITUS offers management education programs in collaboration with three top ranked business schools: MIT Sloan, Columbia Business School & Tuck At Dartmouth. The Founding Academic Institutions play a pivotal role in establishing the academic rigor of the Institute. Each founding academic institution has committed to contribute its intellectual leadership in the form of core courses and electives. In addition, each founding academic institution is represented in the Academic Steering Committee which has oversight into the academic matters of EMERITUS.

MIT SLOAN SCHOOL
OF MANAGEMENT

The MIT Sloan School of Management, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is one of the world’s leading business schools and has a network of over 20,000 alumni across 90 countries. Ranking #3 Most Satisfied B-School Graduates (Forbes, 2015), MIT Sloan has an extensive global reach across countries, universities and organizations. It is a part of the Massachusetts institute of Technology which has to its credit 84 Nobel laureates, 45 Rhodes Scholars, 38 MacArthur Fellows and 34 astronauts. MIT’s motto is ‘Mens et Manus’, which literally means ‘Mind and Hand’, reflecting the educational belief of MIT’s founders – education for practical application.

COLUMBIA
BUSINESS SCHOOL

Ranked #3 Best Business School for Career Prospects (Forbes, 2015), Columbia Business School is the only Ivy League business school located in the global business hub of New York City. The school has over 40,000 alumni in 133 countries and about 70 alumni clubs globally. Columbia Business School is a part of Columbia University which has produced 101 Nobel Prize winners, 5 Founding Fathers of the United States; 9 Justices of the United States Supreme Court, 29 Academy Award winners, and 29 heads of state, including 3 United States Presidents.

TUCK SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
AT DARTMOUTH

Reputed with having one of the most selective MBA programs in the world, Tuck ranks #3 for the best full-time MBA programs (The Economist, 2015). Graduates from the school rank high as leaders in their domain, with over 70 percent achieving management positions in their chosen fields. With approx 9,750 (living) alumni residing in about 65 countries, it ranks #1 Most Useful Network among MBA programs (The Economist, 2015). Tuck is a part of Dartmouth College an IVY League institution that was established in 1972.

Global Ivy Emeritus Institute of Management