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Registration and Fees

Participant criteria

All classes and written materials will be presented in English. Participants must have proficiency in English language skills to be able to participate actively in discussions, study group sessions and interact with other executives.

Fees

The Global Leadership and Strategy (GLS) tuition rate for 2016 is $4,250 USD. You will be invoiced after acceptance into the program. Discounts may apply.

The registration deadline is July 15, 2016 but it is strongly encouraged that you register early as space is limited.

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The tuition includes instruction, all instructional materials, executive education facilities, coffee and refreshments, company visit and other activities, most meals, and Certificate of Completion from the Michael G. Foster School of Business.

For those participants requiring lodging, a special rate of $145 USD per night (single occupancy) has been arranged with the Hotel Deca (www.hoteldeca.com) which is located within walking distance from the University of Washington campus. You may call the hotel directly at 1.800.899.0251 to make a reservation, or Executive Education will be happy to make a reservation on your behalf.

Registration payment can be made by check or wire transfer. Please include your name on the front of the check for administrative purposes. To confirm a place in the program, payment of fees is due immediately.

Cancellation policy

If a registered participant withdraws at least one week prior to the start of the program, a replacement from the same organization meeting participant criteria may be made. If a suitable replacement is not available, or if the organization chooses not to participate, a $500 cancellation fee will be charged.

Advance preparation

Global Strategy and Leadership requires advance study so that participants receive maximum benefits from the instruction. Study materials will be provided prior to your arrival in Seattle. Please review the assignments thoroughly, so you are well prepared for classroom discussions.

Family accommodations

While in Seattle, participants spend most weekday hours in the classroom, group study, or social activities with classmates. In order for participants to focus on their studies and benefit from networking opportunities, we recommend that family members do not accompany them during the week (Monday – Friday). Weekends are free for exploring the region and family members may join participants for the weekend break, or at the end of the program.

For more information

Phone: 206-543-8560
Fax: 206-685-9236
E-mail: execed@uw.edu