Thunderbird is the world’s No. 1-ranked school of international business with nearly 70 years of experience in developing leaders with the global mindset, business skills, and social responsibility necessary to create real, sustainable value for their organizations, communities, and the world.
Thunderbird Online, a professional development division of Thunderbird School of Global Management, provides online courses and executive certificates to busy professionals seeking to continue learning throughout their professional career. Thunderbird Online develops and delivers innovative continuing education programs designed specifically for working professionals looking to improve their marketability and gain a leading edge over their competition. These programs are also ideal for experienced executives seeking to gain expertise in a global business focus area, and take their organization to the next level with enhanced knowledge and skills in today’s dynamic global marketplace.
World-class continuing education from Thunderbird, the world’s #1 ranked school in international business
Professional development on your schedule with 100% online content
Access to the highest quality academic experience without the travel expense of a classroom program
Since its founding in 1946, Thunderbird has been synonymous with global leadership in business education.
This leadership is recognized by major publications around the world, which have consistently named Thunderbird School of Global Management as a leader in global business education. The following is a sampling of the current Thunderbird rankings.
#2 "International" Full-time MBA U.S. News & World Report 2015
#3 "International Clients" Custom Programs Financial Times 2014
#5 "Faculty Diversity" Open Enrollment Programs Financial Times 2014
#7 "International Location" Open Enrollment Programs Financial Times 2014
#13 "Course Design" Open Enrollment Programs Financial Times 2014
#13 Overall Executive Education Financial Times 2014
#14 Top Open Enrollment Programs in the World
(includes Thunderbird International Consortia programs) Financial Times 2014