The Fletcher School, Tufts University

Earn Your Master of Global Business Administration Online

Scholarships Available

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Fletcher is ranked No. 6 in the world for its international relations master’s program¹

Through a multidisciplinary curriculum that covers international business, economics, law, and policy, the online Master of Global Business Administration (GBA) from The Fletcher School at Tufts University will equip you to apply advanced business strategy in a global context.

Earn Your Degree in as Few as 16 Months

As a student in Fletcher’s online GBA program, you will expand your perspective by understanding the complex realities of working at the intersection of business and the international context. As a student, you will:

  • Consider how volatile economies impact business
  • Evaluate the business risk associated with political instability
  • Understand how social and environmental considerations intersect with businesses
  • Learn how to negotiate and lead across sectors
  • Work with complex legal issues across borders
  • Build a business strategy with "distance vision"

The structure of the online GBA allows you to cultivate ready-to-use business skills while continuing to work and advancing your professional goals. The GBA allows you to:

Build a worldwide network through live classes with peers and faculty

Tailor your education to your global business goals with a variety of elective options

Apply your skills in person through two immersions (one in Boston, one international)

Receive dedicated career support and join a powerful alumni network

Our program is designed for midcareer professionals, so we recommend that you have a minimum of six years of experience to apply.


GRE/GMAT scores are not required for admission.

Take the next step in advancing your international business career. Request information about Fletcher’s online GBA program, and an admissions counselor will reach out to guide you through the admissions process.

¹ Foreign Policy Magazine, 2018 (https://foreignpolicy.com/2018/02/20/top-fifty-schools-international-relations-foreign-policy/)