Welcome to The SEMBA Review, the online journal of the University of Vermont’s one-year Sustainable Entrepreneurship MBA (SEMBA).
The SEMBA Review publishes articles, insights, and highlights of what we are learning about – from thought-leaders, educators, students, and alumni, as well as insights from around the world. Join us by signing up for our newsletter and downloading our e-book: “The Sustainable Entrepreneurship MBA”
The mission of the University of Vermont’s SEMBA program is to prepare and train individuals to create profitable and sustainable business opportunities in a world undergoing transformational change. SEMBA aims to develop the next generation of leaders who will build, disrupt, innovate, and reinvent sustainable business and enterprises in a world that demands it.
Unlike other Green MBA programs, the University of Vermont’s one-year Sustainable Entrepreneurship MBA (SEMBA) was designed from the ground up to challenge the traditional MBA. We enlisted some of the greatest leaders in the field to design and shape our program.
The result? We’ve fundamentally reinvented business education and the MBA degree to address directly the core challenges we face– environment, ethics, poverty and inequality—through the lens of enterprise and entrepreneurship. In just twelve months, you receive an accredited MBA degree, which includes not only the basic MBA toolkit, but also the knowledge, skills, and capabilities to transform today’s business and create tomorrow’s truly inclusive and sustainable enterprises.