An MBA in New York, for many, is the ideal way to spend a year or two. There's New York City, obviously, which hosts many business schools, but accredited MBA programs can also be found in other parts of the state.
The Big Apple itself is a primary destination for many international students, who enjoy NYC's many diverse neighborhoods and tourist sites. It's also a global financial center and home to many multinational businesses. Indeed, New York hosts the headquarters of many Fortune 500 companies. The city also features an active arts scene, nightlife, and several national sports teams.
But of course, the state is not just New York City: Business schools also host MBA programs in other parts of New York, in cities like Syracuse, Albany, and Ithaca.
In all, New York currently hosts over 200 MBAs and other business programs. Some 35 business schools in the state have accreditation from AMBA, EQUIS, or AACSB. See below for a list of all MBA programs in New York.
MBA Programs in New York
Full-Time: MBA, Fashion & Luxury MBA, Tech MBA more
Part-Time: Part-time MBA Manhattan, Part-time MBA Westchester more
Executive MBA: Executive MBA, TRIUM Global EMBA more
Dual Degree: MD / MBA, JD / MBA, MBA / MFA (Master of Fine Arts), MBA / MS in Mathematics in Finance, MBA / MPA (Master of Public Administration), MBA /... more
Full-Time: MBA more
Executive MBA: EMBA - New York (Friday / Saturday), EMBA - New York (Saturday), EMBA - Americas, EMBA Global - Americas and Europe, EMBA Global - Asia more
Dual Degree: MBA / MS in Urban Planning, MBA / DDS (Dental and Oral Surgery), MBA / MS (Engineering and Applied Science), MBA / MIA (International and Pu... more
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