Is it really necessary to continue your education when you have already reached a senior executive position in your business? A President MBA is a great way to continue building on your leadership skills and prepare you for the highest levels of management in just about any business.
What is a President MBA? It is the next step up after an Executive MBA. A President MBA looks at president-level experience and focuses on business operations and key decision-making. In addition to looking at business finances and development, such programs also work on leadership development. Programs often take one to two years to complete, and applicants must meet requirements like ten years of work experience, some of which must be in a senior executive role. Classes may meet as little as a few times each month.
Many President MBA programs meet less frequently than traditional degree programs. It is also usually convenient to attend classes and seminars while still carrying out your regular day-to-day duties in your current job. These programs also tend to start grooming you for even higher-paying positions.
The cost of earning a presidential MBA depends on the institution running the program. In addition to tuition, applicants should consider the cost of traveling to classes or seminars. To find out all of the costs involved, research your program of choice carefully.
Graduates with a President MBA are usually well established in their careers. Many have already achieved status as senior executives in their companies. Earning a President MBA can help them to reach the highest levels of their corporations, and even groom them for work in businesses in other countries. Such programs are also useful for network building.
Interested applicants are able to fill out applications online. There may be requirements, such as minimum work experience and being currently employed as a senior executive. To find out more, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.