Global Leadership University does not discriminate against applicants or students on the basis of race, color, or national or ethnic origin.
Transfer of Credits to Global Leadership University
GLU does not accept transfer credits from other universities.
Students that do not meet all of the admission criteria may request to be accepted into the program provisionally. The request to be accepted on provisional status must be submitted to the Academic Dean at . The request needs to present a simple and clear rationale why the student should be admitted provisionally.
Maximum Time to Complete MBA
Students must complete their MBA within 7 years of beginning the program.
Inability to Continue with Your MBA Cohort
When a student is unable to continue with their MBA cohort for whatever reason, they have three options:
- They may drop their current course but continue with their MBA cohort for all the remaining courses.
- They may transfer to a future cohort, which will drop them from all remaining courses in their current MBA cohort but will keep them in the MBA program.
- They may resign from the MBA program.
Before a student pursues any of these options, we strongly encourage them to consult with the Academic Dean to explore options for continuing in the program.
Request to Drop Course but Remain in MBA Cohort
A student may drop a course by submitting a “Request to Drop MBA Course” email to GLU Student Services at . Normal course refund policies will apply. The student will continue in all remaining courses with their MBA cohort.
Request to Transfer to a Future MBA Cohort
A student may choose to transfer to a future cohort in the same MBA program by submitting a “Request to Transfer to a Future MBA Cohort” email to GLU Student Services at . There is a Cohort Transfer Fee of $100. Once their Request to Transfer to a Future MBA Cohort has been accepted, they will be dropped from all remaining MBA courses of their current cohort and they will be enrolled in the remaining MBA courses when their new cohort reaches that point. They will still be considered admitted to the MBA program, and will not need to reapply.
Request to Resign from MBA Program
A student may resign from their MBA program without penalty by sending a “Request to Resign from MBA Program” email to GLU Student Services at . Once their Request to Resign from MBA Program has been accepted, they will no longer be active GLU students. If they wanted to re-start the MBA program in the future, they will need to reapply for GLU admission.