Stanford MSx ProgramPatterson Bldg.655 Knight Way
Stanford, CA 94305-7298

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The School

One of the premier business schools in the world, California's Stanford Graduate School of Business is featured in many of the prominent rankings from various publications, such as the Financial Times.

The school was established in 1925, and currently offers a range of business programs, including the full-time Stanford MSx program and one of the world's best two-year MBAs.

The Stanford MSx

The Stanford MSx program is a one-year, full-time Master's in Management program aimed at experienced professionals.

Study in the heart of Silicon Valley with a diverse, international group of students. 

The Sloan Fellows who participate in the program bring experience, leadership, engagement, and diversity. You'll study alongside a very unique group of people, who have, on average, around 12 years of work experience.

Over the course of one year, half of the Stanford MSx's curriculum is customizable by you. 

During the first summer of the program, some courses you'll take include Data & Decisions, Ethics, and Negotiations, among others. Throughout the rest of the year, you'll cover topics like operations management and marketing, as well as a range of electives.

Entry Requirements

You'll need the following to apply for the Stanford MSx program:

An undergraduate degree

  • No minimum GPA is required
  • A GMAT or GRE score (the median GMAT of the class of 2019 was 700)
  • If English is not the primary language of instruction at your undergraduate or graduate institution, you'll need to submit a TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE score
  • Eight or more years of work experience

Full-Time

12 months English AACSB GMAT Required 128,400
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