About Cornell

Founded in 1865, Cornell University is located in Ithaca, New York. It is the largest of the eight prestigious U.S. universities collectively known as the Ivy League, and has an alumni network of almost 250,000 graduates. Cornell is believed to be the birthplace of the integration of theory and application within American higher education and is one of the very best research and teaching universities in the world. Twenty-nine Nobel laureates have been affiliated with Cornell as faculty members or students, and the University is consistently among the top ten U.S. universities for the number of patents received each year. Cornell graduates have made significant contributions to the arts, science, business and government.

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The Samuel Curtis Johnson
Graduate School of Management

Founded in 1946, the Johnson School at Cornell University is one of the premier Ivy League general management schools, offering an experiential focus that is among the richest of the top business schools in the world. The Johnson School leverages the breadth and depth of Cornell University – a place where visionary ideas become applied innovation, and often change the world. The School is distinguished by an intensively collaborative community.

The Johnson School is home to one of the world’s top-ranked full-time MBA programs and Executive MBA programs, as well as a highly acclaimed doctoral program.

www.johnson.cornell.edu

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