The Woodrow Wilson New Mexico MBA Fellowship in Education Leadership
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WW MBA at the University of New Mexico
About University of New Mexico
Founded in 1889 as New Mexico’s flagship institution, the University of New Mexico (UNM) represents a cross-section of cultures and backgrounds. In fall of 2013 28,644 students attended the main campus with another 7,609 students at branch campuses and education centers.
In 2014, Hispanic Business Magazine ranked four UNM schools among its top 10, including the Anderson School of Management, the School of Law, the School of Medicine, and the School of Engineering.
Among the University’s outstanding research units are the Center for Advanced Research Computing, Cancer Center, New Mexico Engineering Research Institute, Center for High Technology Materials, Design Planning Assistance Center, and the Mind Research Network.
Forbes Magazine consistently names Albuquerque among the best places for business and careers in the country, and Kiplinger’s calls Albuquerque one of the smartest places to live.
UNM is partnering with the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation on a unique and innovative master’s degree: an MBA in Education Leadership. This interdisciplinary program between the School of Business and the School of Education combines the best practices in business and education leadership within an educational context. The program is designed on an interdisciplinary basis wherein Fellows will engage with faculty with academic and real-world experience, including education faculty, business faculty, school leaders, and business leaders. More information.
Tuition and assistance at UNM
Fellows will receive a full tuition scholarship and course textbooks.