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Why Study With Us?

You'll become an active participant in the growing global economy.

From our vantage point in Miami, "Gateway to The Americas," we see the vast potential for economic growth and prosperity in South Florida and throughout our hemisphere. To share our perspective and enthusiasm, you should give us a closer look.

You'll truly become a "citizen of the world."

Our faculty and students represent more than 100 nations, primarily from The Americas but also from Europe, Africa, and Asia. You will find our students reflect a global point of view that encourages them to respect cultural differences while working toward common goals. Our many supporters in Miami's multinational business community share their own experiences with our students and create additional opportunities for learning.

You'll fulfill your dream of starting and growing your own business.

More than 20 percent of our 30,000 alumni have done just that. We build entrepreneurial skills that encourage you to "think like an owner" regardless of your role in an organization. You'll also expand your leadership and team-building skills through interactive classroom experiences, professional development seminars, and civic engagement initiatives that highlight the importance of sharing and of community.

We encourage you to explore the features below that make studying here such an exceptional experience—whether you are pursuing a degree or honing your business savvy through a professional or executive education program.

You'll find information on other outstanding benefits below:

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