The heart of NYU Wagner's programs is our faculty. An amalgam of full-time, clinical/research/visiting, and adjunct professors, they are outstanding teachers, expert researchers and committed practitioners.
The Office of International Programs provides Wagner students an opportunity to expand their academic experience through an international exchange program in Barcelona, Spain at Escuela Superior de Administración y Dirección de Empresas (ESADE) in its MBA program, which has a strong focus on social responsibility. The partnership allows students to pursue their academic interests in an international environment and hone foreign language skills.
A limited number of students will be able to study at the exchange partner institution each year. The overall potential of applicants to succeed and represent Wagner during their abroad studies will be reviewed in order to determine which students will be nominated for the exchange program.
Students are required to finish their first year of Wagner studies before becoming eligible for exchange program. They must be in good academic standing (GPA 3.3 or better) at the time of application
Please note: While on an approved Wagner exchange, Wagner students register for independent reading courses at Wagner for the semester. Once the grades/marks are earned and reported from the exchange partner institution to Wagner, these are assigned to the student's NYU Wagner transcript via the independent reading courses. Wagner students pay NYU tuition and registration fees for the semester abroad, which allows students to maintain their financial aid package, including scholarships. All arrangements for travel and accommodations are the student's responsibility.
Founded in 1958, ESADE's MBA program teaches general and applied management skills. ESADE's goal and main objective is to prepare entrepreneurs and executives with skills to create and manage new firms according to sound economic principles, and guided by a strong sense of social responsibility. ESADE programs attract students both from Spain and abroad. The foreign student population, representing 30 different countries, currently accounts for an increasing percentage of graduate enrollments.
Courses & Language
You can choose classes in:
You can find both Spanish and English courses at ESADE. Students may also take "Doing Business in Spanish."
Please note these filing deadlines: