Since 1898 the University of Chicago Booth School of Business has produced ideas and leaders that shape the world of business. A research-led school, Chicago Booth was the first school to originate the study of modern finance, develop the concept of social capital and redefine the science of the stock market. Its faculty include some of the most influential thinkers of today including 2017 Nobel Laureate and “father of behavioural economics”, Professor Richard Thaler. Professor Thaler’s Nobel Prize is the 8th awarded to Chicago Booth.
Named after alumnus David Booth, it is the second oldest business school in the United States and the first to create an Executive MBA programme in 1943. We teach the full-time, part-time, Executive MBA programmes and custom non-degree courses (open and custom programmes) across three campuses in London, Hong Kong and Chicago. The London campus has been serving Europe, Middle East and Africa for more than 20 years and has graduated thousands of students from industries ranging from banking and finance, technology, healthcare to telecommunications and energy.