An executive MBA, or EMBA, is a graduate level business degree. An executive MBA program is a lot like a regular MBA program. The main difference is that an executive MBA program is primarily designed to educate working executives, managers, entrepreneurs, and other business leaders.
Turn your opportunities to action with Executive MBA Global program offered by all top business schools of the world. Prepare yourself to interpret and take advantage of the economic, political and social forces that shape the world from a global perspective with EMBA Global.
The USA remains the world’s most popular destination for international students. Universities in the US dominate the world rankings and the country also offers a wide variety of exciting study locations. State university systems are partially subsidized by state governments, and may have many campuses spread around the state, with hundreds of thousands of students.
Durham is located in North Carolina and is home to the famous Duke University. The city has always been politically inclined to the Democratic Party, voting for Democratic presidents since 1869.
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Senior global leaders strengthening business knowledge while enriching community, industry and the world. For 18 months, you learn with other executives averaging 14 years of work experience while participating in the world's most flexible and international MBA program. [+]
Senior global leaders strengthening business knowledge while enriching community, industry and the world.
For 18 months, you learn with other executives averaging 14 years of work experience while participating in the world's most flexible and international MBA program. This pioneering program, launched in 1996, combines unique residential sessions in Asia, Latin America, Europe and North America with Internet-enabled distance learning allowing students to live and work from anywhere in the world.
Beginning in May, you complete 15 courses which are grouped into five terms, three course per term. Each term includes a three-week reading period, a two-week residential classroom session, a one-week break, 10-12 weeks of Internet-enabled course work and a one-week break. As the class travels across the globe, students take the curriculum together in the same sequence.... [-]