The next class (KR25) will commence in October 2020.
The program is composed of 14 course modules spread over two years in two formats:
Five-week modules: Third of the courses are held in this format, in which classes meet on Thursday afternoons and Friday mornings.
Intensive modules: Typically nine courses evenly spread over two years are held in this format. These courses are conducted over five or six consecutive full days within a single week.
In addition, students also have:
An intensive module at the Kellogg School of Management in Chicago marked in light blue (August 2021).
Two additional courses in a Global Elective Week at one of the Kellogg partner schools around the world (during the second year marked in green).
Some of the intensive weeks are offered in a live-in format.
They include a residential component that allows participants to engage in further classroom discussions, expand their networks of business contacts and develop personal friendships. The second year of studies starts with two live-in weeks offered by the network partners and conducted at Kellogg.
Live-in weeks have much more to offer than a typical study-abroad program. As students complete courses in Negotiations, Strategy and Crisis Management, they build relationships with peers from all over the world. With many and varied professional backgrounds and national perspectives among them, students have much to teach and learn from one another. Lively classroom discussions spill out into the hallways and continue over dinner.