Executive MBA Degree in Economic Studies in Europe

Compare Executive MBA Programs in Economic Studies in Europe 2018

Economic Studies

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.

Having an MBA in Economics directs you to a promising career in the corporate world. Private financial organizations and banks are some of the companies that you can apply into and not only that, you can also look into public organizations. Well-paid careers such as economist, financial consultant, educator, regional management posts, statistician and demographer are some of your prospective job opportunities.

Europe, one of the world's seven continents, is usually known as the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. Second smallest continent, with 10,180,000 (km2), the area regroups 50 countries.

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Executive MBA risk, globalisation and diversity

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Campus Full time 2 years September 2018 France Sophia Antipolis Paris China Beijing Fontainebleau √Čvry Lille + 6 more

Taking decisions in a globalised world means being able to find one's path in a complex environment marked by the diversity of cultures and nationalities. [+]

Executive MBA risk, globalisation and diversity

with Skema Business School

Taking decisions in a globalised world means being able to find one's path in a complex environment marked by the diversity of cultures and nationalities. It means making choices in a short space of time while taking a broader and more heterogeneous array of information into account. It means taking decisions in an uncertain environment in which opportunities often go hand-in-hand with risks.

Whether working in an SME, a multinational firm, administrative body or international organisation, executives must be able to orient their decision-making so that it encompasses this kind of complexity. To do so, we believe that they must review their way of seeing the world in order to understand how it interacts with other symbolic systems, other nationalities, other social, economic and geopolitical contexts.... [-]