Executive MBA Program in Information Systems in Europe

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Information Systems

The EMBA degree programs are flexible and affordable education options for full-time working professionals. In today's job market, it's not easy to find a competitive edge. Both employed and unemployed people look to an EMBA.

MBA in Information Systems is a program designed for professionals who want to build a growing career in managing people and organizational systems. The scope of this program includes leadership, team building and motivation of the workforce. It also equips students with the technical and managerial skills drawn from the fields of business management, information technology, finance, economics and quantitative methods.

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 in ICT or Utility Management

IIMT University of Fribourg
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 4 years February 2019 Switzerland Fribourg + 1 more

The Executive MBA provide participants with the analytical, functional, and interpersonal skills necessary for success in an increasingly complex and global ICT [+]

Executive MBA in ICT or Utility Management

Are you looking for a professional challenge & career enhancement? Then get your Executive MBA, in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) or Utility Management, and become part of our network!The Executive MBA provide participants with the analytical, functional, and interpersonal skills necessary for success in an increasingly complex and global ICT as well as Utility business and management environment.The Executive MBA in ICT or Utility Management represents in total 15-course weeks with 30 modules and can be completed part-time or full time. The programmes are organised in weekly blocks (Monday to Saturday), with each block consisting of two modules. Half of the class time is devoted to the acquisition of new knowledge in the subject area concerned, while the remaining time is allocated to practical work and case studies (in ICT or Utility Management).... [-]