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Schedule and Location

Energize your global business strategy in just one week! As the world continues to recover from economic challenges, we have fine-tuned our content to address the critical issues businesses are facing today. Our faculty and guest speakers will place more focus on thinking strategically, especially in these challenging times and how to most effectively position your organization now for stronger positioning in the future.

Program Schedule

University of Washington Executive Education constantly updates its programs to better serve clients’ needs. Program schedule and or content may change from the schedule listed below.


  • Global Branding
  • Global Strategy in Negotiations


  • Global Strategy in Negotiations
  • Company Visit


  • Investment Valuation
  • Global Communications Strategy


  • Supply Chain Strategies
  • Global Communications Strategy


  • Global Leadership


The Global Leadership and Strategy program is held at the University of Washington Seattle campus.

Michael G. Foster School of Business
Bank of America Executive Education Center
University of Washington Main Campus
Seattle, WA 98195
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Seattle, Washington
Seattle is a beautiful city, situated between Puget Sound and Lake Washington, with a metropolitan area population of more than one million people. It has many places of interest, excellent restaurants, and good public transportation.

The climate in July is moderate with temperatures in the 65-75 degree F. range (18-24 C.) and low humidity.

University of Washington is the state’s largest university with over 40,000 students. It is situated just 10 minutes north of downtown Seattle. Its beautiful views of Lake Washington, its architecture and landscaping have made UW a Seattle landmark in itself. The University of Washington website offers a look at the campus.

In addition, Seattle is a city filled with beautiful sites and lush parks. Therefore, when you need a break from studies, the city has many things for you to see and do. Very close to the UW campus is the Washington Park Arboretum, home to one of the largest collections of Japanese maples, and a wonderful destination for those who like to stroll. For golfers, the area boasts some of the finest golf courses in the Pacific Northwest. For more information visit

Other things to see and do in the city include visiting the Seattle Center, which houses the Space Needle built for the World’s Fair in 1962, taking a trip to the Pike Place Market for some delicious pastries or to watch shopkeepers hurl fish from 10 feet away! There is also Pioneer Square where you see how Seattle got its beginnings. Take a walk on the waterfront bustling with shops, seafood bars and a world-class aquarium or shop upscale downtown, glittering with names such as Tiffany, Cartier and Coach. For details about tours visit