Global MBA- Triple Master Program

Global MBA - Triple Master Program

About the Global MBA- Triple Master Program

The Global MBA- Triple Master Program at Loyola University New Orleans allows students to earn their MBAs in three Business Schools, in three countries, across two continents. This program fully integrates three world-class universities into a rigorous international MBA degree program, and allows for students to earn two additional masters with our partner universities: A Master of Science in Management from Germany’s top-ranked Ludwig-Maximilians-University, and the extremely coveted Diplôme Grand École from SKEMA, one of the most prestigious French Business Schools. It provides opportunities to study abroad in Paris, France and Munich, Germany to experience different cultural settings and deal with the challenges of a global economy. 

Now accepting Fall 2024 applications!

Upcoming Virtual Information Sessions

Join us for a Global MBA Triple Master Degree-specific information session or Graduate Programs Information Session (where you can learn about all of the College of Business graduate programs, including the Global MBA Triple Master Degree program). Please click a date below to register. All details and links will  be sent via email prior to the session date


Program Structure

Listed below is a sample schedule for a Global MBA student. All courses taken at Loyola through the Global MBA program will be on-campus, in the evening.

Fall Semester, Year 1
August-December-- Loyola New Orleans

BA 704

Ethics and Social Justice

3 cr.

ACCT 715

Financial & Managerial Accounting

3 cr.

MGT 700

Organizational Leadership

3 cr.

MKT 700

Strategic Marketing

3 cr.

BUAN 725

Managerial Economics & Statistics

3 cr.


Spring Semester, Year 1
January-May-- SKEMA, Paris

Corporate Finance

3 cr.

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

3 cr.

Supply Chain Management

3 cr.

International Project Management

3 cr.

Strategic Stakeholder Management

3 cr.

Summer Session, Year 1
June-July-- LMU, Munich

Strategic Communication

3 cr.

Data-Based Decision Making

3 cr.

Competitive Strategy/Consulting Project

3 cr.

Fall Semester, Year 2
September-October-- LMU, Munich

Financial Risk Management

3 cr.

Competitive Strategy/Consulting Project

3 cr.

Thesis, Year 2
January-August-- New Orleans, Paris, or Munich

Thesis Project - Required for Triple Degree

15 cr.


Tuition and Financial Aid

Graduate Assistantships

The College of Business offers Global MBA students the unique opportunity of scholarship and work-experience with our Graduate Assistantship positions. Graduate assistants work closely with one or more business professors on academic research, grant administration, and special event planning. Several of our recent graduate assistants have co-authored publications with professors. These are hourly paid positions, where you are considered a part-time employee of the university. To apply for a position, complete the Graduate Assistantship Application Form.

Tuition and Fee Schedule

Tuition and fees for the Global MBA-Triple Master program are billed per credit hour enrolled every semester. Students are billed after registration and tuition bills are due by the first day of classes. 

2023-2024 Total
Tuition (total 45 credit hours)
General Fees*
$500 per semester
Graduation Fee** 
International studies fee/Consulting Project varies 
Additional fees (international student insurance, living expenses, etc.)*** varies 
*May vary on each campus
**Students are billed during the graduation term
***J-1 students must complete Affidavit of Support
Application Deadlines

The Global MBA admits students every fall semester. Our cohort model allows students to start with and graduate with their same classmates, enhancing networking and camaraderie amongst students. Application deadlines are below:

  • Priority Deadline: May 15
  • Regular Deadline: June 30
    Admissions and Degree Requirements

    *Please note that there are special requirements for applying at LMU. All undergraduate degrees must be verified by ANABIN before enrollment. If you completed your undergraduate/Bachelor's degree at an academic institution outside of the United States, please enter 000004 for the required CEEB code if your international school is unlisted.

    Applicants need to meet academic requirements of each of the three partner schools to be able to gain admission and earn each degree. In order to apply, individuals will need to submit the following to Loyola University New Orleans:

    • Application form
    • ​$50 application fee (WAIVED)
    • Current résumé
    • Two letters of recommendation from professional references
    • Official transcripts showing all college work attempted: undergraduate, graduate, and professional. (A translated copy of academic records (transcripts) is required for applicants who attended or completed their bachelor's and/or master's degree outside of the United States. See below for links.)
    • Copy of Bachelor's Degree Diploma
    • Online interview
    • OPTIONAL: An official GMAT or GRE score report.  
    • 400-word essay--statement of purpose--Please keep in mind the following questions when writing your statement:
      • Why do you want to pursue the Global MBA-Triple Master degree?
      • How do you think the triple degree program will enhance your academic and/or professional background? 
      • What makes you an ideal candidate?

    International Applicants:

    • Must also provide an affidavit of support showing sufficient funds to finance their course of study and living expenses.
    • Official TOEFLIELTS or Duolingo score report. More details on this requirement can be found here.
    • A translated copy of academic records (transcripts) is required for applicants who attended or completed their bachelor's and/or master's degree outside of the United States. Students can request transcript evaluation through WES, ECE, or SpanTran
    • Applicants from China or Vietnam must submit APS-Certificate
    • When asked to enter a CEEB code, if your academic institution is unlisted, please enter 000004 for an unlisted international school.


    Meet our Partner Schools

    SKEMA Business School, Paris, France campus. 

    With 9,500 students of 120+ nationalities and 50,000 alumni across 145 countries, SKEMA Business School is a global school which, through its research, its 70+ educational programs and its international multi-site structure, trains and educates the talents needed by 21st century companies. The school is now present in six countries: three campuses in France (Lille, Sophia Antipolis, Paris), three in China (Suzhou, Shanghai, Nanjing), one in the United States (Raleigh), one in Brazil (Belo Horizonte) and one in South Africa (Stellenbosch - Cape Town), as well as a resource and Artificial Intelligence research center in Montreal, Canada.

    The Faculty counts 180 professors divided into three academies (Globalization, Innovation, Digitalization). The Research department has five centers that represent the main aspects of management.

    SKEMA’s incubator-accelerator, SKEMA Ventures, counts over 200 incubated projects.

    SKEMA boasts multiple accreditations — Equis, AACSB and EFMD Accredited EMBA. Its program are recognized in France (Visa, Grade de Licence, Grade de Master, RNCP, CGE label), the USA (Licensing), Brazil (Certificação), and China (Recognised by the Ministry of Education).

    Ludwig Maximilians University (LMU) Munich School of Management.

    The LMU Munich School of Management is a public research university located in Munich, Germany. It is among Germany's oldest universities. It has been considered as one of Germany's and Europe's most prestigious universities; with 34 Nobel laureates associated with the university. Indeed, LMU was ranked as the 40th Best Global University in 2018 by U.S. News & World Report. Pope Benedict XVI was also a student and professor at the university. LMU has been conferred the title of "elite university" under the German Universities Excellence Initiative launched first in 2006. Since then, LMU has renewed this status in the consecutive rounds of this competition.


    Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information or register for an upcoming information session (see above).

    If you have any additional questions regarding the program or partner universities, please contact us directly at the emails below:

    Loyola University New Orleans: or (504) 864-7953
    SKEMA Business School:
    LMU (Munich):