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BOOTH’S NEW CERTIFICATE IN GLOBAL FINANCE
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business is creating a new certificate program in Global Advanced Finance. The certificate is targeted at corporate finance executives, senior investment professionals, and strategic decision-makers.
The six-session, two-year program will offer electives at Booth campuses in at campuses in Chicago, London, and Hong Kong. Participants will master advanced finance skills through The Chicago Approach, Booth’s signature method of applying scientifically based theoretical frameworks to help student define problems, ask better questions, and develop better business solutions.
“As one of the world’s top academic business schools, Chicago Booth has a long tradition of influencing and educating global leaders who shape the future of business,” says Madhav Rajan, dean of Chicago Booth and George Pratt Shultz Professor of Accounting. “We are proud to offer this advanced global program, which allows participants to study in three of the most prominent financial hubs and learn from Booth’s world-class faculty.”
Participates will earn Chicago Booth alumni status upon completion. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
TRINITY BUSINESS SCHOOL LAUNCHES MSc RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS & SUSTAINABILITY
Trinity Business School in Dublin will launch a new MSc Responsible Business & Sustainability program this fall. Applications for the first cohort will close July 31, 2024.
The one-year, full-time program combines business ethics, sustainability, as well as management and organizational science. Participants will be prepared for leadership positions with responsibilities across corporate sustainability, ESG, business and human rights, and more.
“The MSc in Responsible Business and Sustainability is the ultimate expression of Trinity Business School’s ‘Transforming Business for Good’ strategy. Through its research-driven and impact-oriented approach, this programme aims to enable future business leaders to drive forward responsible and sustainable business practices,” says Maximilian Schormair, program director.
“We firmly believe that business and society at large are in urgent need of graduates with the necessary skills and expertise to advance the sustainability transformation. We are excited to welcome the global business leaders of the future and empower them to make an impactful career.”
YALE SOM HELPS CANDIDATES EXPLORE EMBA
If you’re wondering if 2024 is the year for you to go get that Executive MBA, Yale School of Management has compiled a list of helpful resources to help you engage with its top-ranked program.
“Our mission is to educate leaders for business and society, equipping them with the ability to make a positive impact at every level,” says David Daniel, associate director of operations and marketing, MBA for Executives.
- Information Sessions: Yale is hosting a series of sessions through March to welcome prospective students to campus to learn more about the program and experience it firsthand. Register here.
- Pozen-Commonwealth Fund Fellowship: This video discussion focuses on the health equity crisis and how the fellowship helps practitioners committed to improving healthcare access hone their leadership skills.
- Application Tips: This webinar delves into each of the components of the MBA for Executives application. It talks about what the Admissions Committee looks for in an application and offers tips on putting forth the strongest possible profile. Round 2 application deadline is January 29.
- Financing Your EMBA: This webinar covers financial aid opportunities available at Yale SOM and the many ways in which students can finance their EMBA.
SCHOLARSHIPS AT ESMT BERLIN EMPOWER FEMALE EXECUTIVES
ESMT Berlin offers several full and partial scholarships to promote women in C-level and advanced management positions. Ten executive education scholarships will be awarded for the three flagship programs: Bringing Technology to Market, Executive Transition Program, and the General Management Seminar.
General Management Seminar (GMS) targets women who have proven leadership qualifications and come from private and public companies or non-profit institutions. Two full scholarships (€20,500 each) and two partial scholarships (€10,250 each) will be awarded. Application deadline is March 17, 2024.
Bringing Technology to Market (BTM) is geared toward women who manage a business unit or regional subsidiary, are responsible for a new product, market, or service, and are employed by a large global or regional corporation. Two partial scholarships (€7,300 each) will be awarded. Application deadline is March 31, 2024.
Executive Transition Program (ETP) is suitable for women who are about to assume, or have recently assumed, a senior executive position and who are entrepreneurial and responsible for results. Two full scholarships (€28,600 each) and two partial scholarships (€14,300 each) will be awarded. Application deadline is August 18, 2024.
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