In 2008, the school also announced the expansion of its executive MBA program to Geneva, which serves as headquarters for its corporate learning sector. That program has received outside accolades, placing No. 3 in The Wall Street Journal's 2008 worldwide ranking of executive MBA programs.
Though T-bird's global focus means its applicants are somewhat self,selecting, that doesn't mean earning a spot in the MBA class is easy. The admissions process is intense and competitive, students responding to Vault's Buzz Book surveys say, and a high GMAT score is essential. Just don't wait too long to decide whether you want to apply, students say it is getting increasingly harder to gain admittance. To that end, you should be sure to show a proven interest in international exposure, professionally or academically.