Introducing the New Program Finder and Executive Education Website

This redesigned site makes it easy to discover and connect with Stanford Graduate School of Business programs.

August 25, 2016

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New Executive Education Site on desktop, mobile, and smartphone

Kerri Augenstein

Today we launch a new way for you to explore our programs. We’ve put all Stanford Graduate School of Business offerings in one place, making it easier for you to find the one that fits you and where you are in your career. The program finder — along with a redesigned Executive Education hub — concludes a four-year revamp of the the school’s website. These are the most significant features of the redesign:

Easier to Discover

Stanford Graduate School of Business offers a variety of programs targeted at a wide range of career levels, from undergraduates to senior executives. The new program finder is dynamic and always up to date, providing all programs in a single chronological list. Along with keyword search, you can now explore programs by filtering results on topic, date range, career level, program format, and location.

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These new capabilities not only better differentiate our programs, but make finding the right one easier than ever.

Up to three programs can be placed side-by-side for a full comparison. The comparison clearly lays out the basics of each program: key benefits, who should attend, tuition, and application deadline. It can then be conveniently saved to a PDF for future reference.

These new capabilities not only better differentiate our programs, but make finding the right one easier than ever for prospective students and participants.

Easier to Connect to Executive Education Offerings

The redesigned Executive Education site is more accessible and up-to-date. Now mobile- and tablet-friendly, it recognizes that more than a third of our users want to research our programs while on-the-go. But the site does more than provide a simple way to discover what executives can find at Stanford GSB. Stanford GSB’s content — Insights by Stanford Business, including research and compelling interviews with faculty, industry leaders, alumni, and thought leaders from across the globe — is fully integrated into the redesign so that the site reflects all that Stanford GSB has to offer.

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