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The moderate climate invites program participants to spend time outdoors.

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Delicious, nutritious, locally sourced food options are available at every meal.

State-of-the-art instructional, research, and working spaces support our collaborative atmosphere.

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Beauty abounds in every corner of the Stanford campus. Unusual artwork and eye-catching architecture are found under bright blue skies.

Clone of Campus Experience

Most of our in-person executive programs take place on the Stanford campus. Here, participants will enjoy myriad benefits.

The Unique Environment

Our year-round sunshine and balmy climate allow for outdoor living, bringing people together in outside spaces. Our new classrooms, study areas, and other facilities were constructed with an emphasis on technology, collaboration, and sustainability.

Integrated Living and Working

Stanford GSB Executive Residences are your home away from home for the duration of your executive education program. Stanford encourages collaboration and enables participants to benefit from the diverse community.

Extraordinary Surroundings

Stanford GSB is located in the heart of Silicon Valley, and there’s no better place to study business. The San Francisco Bay Area provides opportunities for cultural enrichment and easy access to the outdoors.

While the amount of free time varies with each program, there will be times when you can relax, exercise, take a walk on our beautiful campus, or visit downtown Palo Alto. A campus shuttle is available to transport you downtown or anywhere on campus.

January 27, 2023

Finding Strategies and Friendship on Campus

A conversation with Alexander Gruss about his career and experience in the Executive Program in Strategy and Organization
Alexander Gruss
December 20, 2022

Conservancy Leader Cultivates Change, Transforms Nonprofit’s Strategy

The Executive Program in Strategy and Organization gave Layla George, MBA, president and CEO of Olmsted Parks Conservancy, the tools to transform her organization’s strategy.
Layla George
December 19, 2022

CEO Takes Ride-Hailing Company from Siberia to Silicon Valley, Gears up to Drive Global Expansion

The Stanford Executive Program gave Arsen Tomsky, founder and CEO of inDrive, the tools, knowledge, and network to fuel his company’s global expansion.
Arsen Tomsky