Intended for professionals who already have significant hands-on knowledge, the postgraduate Executive MBA (EMBA) degree is designed to give students the tools necessary to progress in their careers. You can work while studying, since the real-world experience enriches the learning environment.
There are more than four thousand higher education organizations in Europe, from leading research institutions to small, teaching-focused universities. Europe itself is not as much different than other continents, reaching from the Arctic Circle to the coast of Africa.
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The Global Executive MBA is an internationally oriented, cutting-edge MBA program providing a unique 360° global vision with expert insights into management best practice in developed and emerging markets on three continents. With an international faculty comprised of many of the finest minds in business and economics, this highly accredited program is offered by a powerful partnership of two of the world’s most prestigious, ranked business schools - the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota and the WU Executive Academy of the WU Vienna. The Global Executive MBA was ranked No. 44 in the latest Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking of 2016 and is accredited by the most world’s renowned accreditations such as AACSB, AMBA, and EQUIS. [+]
The part-time Global Executive MBA is jointly offered by the WU Executive Academy, Vienna University of Economics and Business and the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota.2 MBA degrees, 1 program
The Executive MBA starts annually in spring. Participants of the program receive two MBA degrees, an American and a European degree. The program belongs to the elite circle of MBA programs to hold the triple-crown accreditation (AACSB, EQUIS, and AMBA), is top-listed in international rankings and taught in English.
The WU Executive MBA focuses on general management and leadership issues. Emphasis is placed on the impact of globalization, the development of appropriate corporate strategies, the management of change processes and the acquisition of solid financial management skills.... [-]
Hult’s Global Executive MBA offers the most global, practical, and flexible business education available. Build a program around your own schedule and upgrade your skills to grow the instincts of an entrepreneur, a vision that transcends borders, and a desire to challenge the status-quo. [+]
Hult’s Global Executive MBA offers the most global, practical, and flexible business education available. Build a program around your own schedule and upgrade your skills to grow the instincts of an entrepreneur, a vision that transcends borders, and a desire to challenge the status-quo.
Earn your degree in as little as 18 months with 21 days out of the office.
Because time is your most valuable asset, our intense curriculum allows you to complete your part-time degree over long weekends and the summer to maximize the use of your time.
Accelerate your studies
You can choose to study throughout the summer to accelerate your learning and earn your degree in as little as 18 months with only 14 trips to campus.... [-]
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.... [-]