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This Masters-level degree program takes place on a part-time, modular basis on the INSEAD Asia Campus in Singapore, the Europe Campus in Fontainebleau, France and the Middle East Campus in Abu Dhabi. Your time on these campuses depends on the section you join: The Asia Section, The Europe Section or the Middle East Section.

INSEAD says you’ll need to take between 45 and 60 days away from work over a period of 14 to 17 months, depending on your choice of base campus.

The Europe GEMBA consists of 12 weeks of residential study divided into 9 modules, mainly in France and Singapore and once in Abu Dhabi.

The Abu Dhabi campus will offer the possibility to study in this fast growth region at our state of the art campus. The opportunity to meet with the Middle East section during the electives will not only deepen cultural understanding but also expand your network further.

  • Takes place on the Europe Campus (7 or 8 weeks total), the Asia Campus (3 or 4 weeks total) and the Middle East Campus (1 week)
  • 14-month Duration
  • Starts in November and culminates with graduation in December of the following year.

Latest Up-to-Date Executive MBA Rankings:

2012 Poets&Quants: 23

2011 BusinessWeek: 18

2011 U.S. News & World Report: NR

2010 The Wall Street Journal: NR

2011 Financial Times: 4

Rankings Analysis: When we last ranked Executive MBA programs in 2011, we put together two separate lists–a ranking of North American programs and a ranking of programs outside North America. In that latter ranking, INSEAD emerged as the number two player in executive MBAs. For our new 2012 list, however, we went completely global. As a result, INSEAD is ranked 24th on this combined international list, though it is still number two in EMBA programs outside the U.S.

BusinessWeek, which ranks on the basis of graduate satisfaction and a reputation poll of EMBA directors, ranked INSEAD’s  Executive MBA program 18th in the world in 2011, one notch up from INSEAD’s rank of 19th in 2009, The Financial Times ranked INSEAD fourth in the world in 2011, exactly the same spot the school occupied a year earlier.

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