Kellogg School Of Management

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DEFINITION of 'Kellogg School Of Management'

The business school at Northwestern University. The Kellogg School of Management provides both full- and part-time programs as well as an executive curriculums at both the master's and doctorate levels. The school has partnerships with learning institutions in several other countries, including China, India, Hong Kong, Israel and Germany.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Kellogg School Of Management'

The Kellogg School of Management was founded in 1908 and has locations in Evanston, Illinois, Chicago and Miami. The school began as a part-time program to instill ethics in local business leaders and executives. Over the past decades it has been ranked among the top business schools in the world.

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