If you have any questions about schools listed here or to report program changes, please contact me.
Note that the vast majority of programs in the UK and Europe last for about one year. I have included only a few of these schools below.
One Year Programs
U of Alabama Birmingham MBA for Scientists
Temple (Fox) IMBA
Monterey (Fisher) Advanced Entry
Syracuse University Accelerate MBA
RIT Fast Track MBA
San Jose State University
Western Ontario (Ivey)
ESADE (One Year MBA)
Vlerick Leuven Gent
HKUST (12 month)
University College Dublin (Smurfit)
Trinity College Dublin
Copenhagen Business School
Helsinki School of Economics International MBA
BI Norwegian School of Mangagement
Stockholm School of Economics
University of Ottawa
Wilfrid Laurier [Canada]
This is not meant to be an exhaustive list but additions are certainly welcome.
Note that some one year programs place restrictions one who can participate (such as BSBA graduates or holders of technical degrees)
Northwestern: "Students who have earned an undergraduate business degree within the last seven years or completed an equivalent amount of related courses, training and experience are eligible."
http://www.kellogg.northwestern.edu/adm ... earmba.htm
Cornell is intended for holders of graduate science or engineering degrees
Emory is intended for BSBA,BA/BS Bus Econ, and some special cases
Georgia is intended for BSBA holders
Case Western is intended for BSBA holders.
Remember that most two year programs do not last 24 months - it is more usual to last 21 or so months (roughly September to June). In addition, do not forget that you can earn a considerable amount of money during an internship.
Another important point is that many schools have an "unofficial" early graduate track so that students can graduate early by taking courses during the summer between the first and second years or even the sumer before the first year. These measures can cut a few months off of graduation time.
Another option, especially at schools with integrated part-time programs, is freeing time during the day by taking courses in the evening. Some students take advantage of this flexibility by continuing to work at their internship firm. It is worthwhile to explore this option as a means of reducing the oppty cost of attending business school.
Other schools offer programs that come close to the one year mark:
SDA Bocconi (14 months)
British Columbia (15 months)
Rutgers MBA Professional Accounting
HHL Leipzig (15 months)