Once you have obtained a graduate degree in business and have significant hands-on experience, the next step is an Executive MBA (EMBA). Programs combine fundamentals such as finance, accounting and marketing with leadership studies to get you into high-level executive and management positions.
MBA is a program designed for students who want to further their academic skills and apply them to actual real-life business situations. It guides students to reflect and reposition themselves in terms of choosing their future careers. Students gain a broad understanding of the key functions of a range of business areas and use these skills to contribute to strategic direction of a business.
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Our Executive MBA programme is the only AMBA-accredited MBA programme in Sweden. It is a part-time [+]
The executive MBA program offers a unique educational experience focused on international leadership and management practices applicable for current and future organisational leaders both in the private and public sectors. [+]
The executive MBA program offers a unique educational experience focused on international leadership and management practices applicable for current and future organisational leaders both in the private and public sectors. The teaching is imbued with a view that the individual is the most important asset within any business; hence you'll be trained as an expert who professionally manages and enhances the human capital within your organization. The program takes place at Stockholm Business School in Kräftriket, located at Brunnsviken in central Stockholm. The eMBA program constitutes of nine courses and a final thesis which combined equate to 60 ECTS credits. Each semester consists of three required courses (5 ECTS each) during the first three semesters. The fourth semester consists of a thesis (15 credits) undertaken with the support of advisors. If necessary a study break for one or two semesters is allowed. The language of instruction is English, however support can be given in Swedish if needed. The program does not currently include any international trips or weekend/evening classes enabling you to pursue your degree with no major disruptions to your work and private life .... [-]