In the magazine’s surveys of the Class of 2011, BusinessWeek picked up some static. As one grad told the magazine, “The professors could have perhaps cut back a little on the theory and encouraged more discussion – although I acknowledge that this may be difficult to do in relatively big classes.”

Added another graduate of the program: “Career services was not particularly geared to helping EMBAs in career transition. Some great information sessions were provided but more support on executive placement (as being provided for MBAs) could be beneficial to some of us. A large part of the ROI for an EMBA participant especially if they are self-sponsored is in the ability to secure a role in the next rung of the organization or to move to a larger role outside their existing company. For those of us outside Europe, I feel these services are not as well put together to benefit overseas graduates. Even though at the EMBA level, a lot of this movement is done through networking and our own industry contacts – no harm with more help in this area.”

Application Deadline: Rolling admissions

Application Fee: $289

2012 Tuition & Fees: $130,022 for Global Executive MBA program

Average Months of Work Experience: 144

GMAT Required: Yes

Average GMAT Score: NA

Acceptance Rate: NA

Enrollment: 105

International: 77%

Female: 18%

Mean Age: 36

Classes Meet: There are a total of 12 weeks spent on campus throughout the timeframe. In addition to the on-campus modules, there is an equivalent of 4-5 weeks of off-campus assignments and preparation.

Length of Program: 14 to 17 months

Students From These Sectors

  • Consulting: 5%
  • Consumer Products: 4%
  • Financial Services: 11%
  • Government: 3%
  • Manufacturing: 21%
  • Media/Entertainment: 1%
  • Non-Profit: 3%
  • Petroleum/Energy: 8%
  • Pharmaceutical/Biotechnology/Health Care: 8%
  • Real Estate: 2%
  • Technology: 23%
  • Other: 11%
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