Convenient once-a-month classes
UNC’s Class of 2015 begins with a residential immersion weekend held in Chapel Hill during September 2013. Your UNC OneMBA class will be made up of about 30 students from across the U.S. and Canada. You will begin coursework and get to know your UNC study team. Your partner is invited Saturday evening through Sunday for special partner activities and social events.
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Beginning in October, once-a-month classes will be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Friday classes start at 9:30 a.m., so most students fly or drive in Friday morning. Sunday classes end at 3 p.m., so you will travel home that evening. In addition to classes, most students spend 12 to 20 hours a week on individual study or team meetings.
Executive conference facility near D.C
Most UNC OneMBA classes are held at Lansdowne Conference Center located near Washington, D.C. Lansdowne is only eight miles from the Dulles International Airport (IAD), which offers direct flights to most major cities. Some classes will be held in Chapel Hill at UNC's Paul J. Rizzo Conference Center.
Four global residency weeks
You will join students from all the OneMBA partner schools for four weeklong global residencies held on four continents, where you will visit developed and emerging economies. You will participate in global executive MBA classes taught by local professors, visit regional and multinational companies, and meet local business and government leaders.
- U.S. (Fall 2013): Washington, D.C.
- Europe (Spring 2014): Amsterdam and an emerging country, such as Turkey
- Latin America (Fall 2014): Mexico City and São Paulo
- Asia (Spring 2015): Hong Kong and an emerging country, such as India