The INSEAD GEMBA is a 17 Weeks Global Executive MBA program with 12 weeks of on-campus and 4-5 weeks off-campus assignments, spread over 14-17 months. The primary goal of the program is to develop leadership skills that are necessary to lead in a senior managerial/leadership role.
1) Complete the INSEAD GEMBA in one of the three campuses – Europe, Asia or Middle East.
2) Be part of a diverse and International class, represented by over 39 nationalities, 32 sectors, and 22% Female.
3) Emphasis on owning the learning process with Case Based Lectures, Presentations, Videos, Active Class Participation.
4) Opportunity for participants to continue the learning process by returning to campus to take the elective courses that they have missed
1) Course Duration: 14-17 Months ( Actual Class – 17 Weeks)
2) Three Campus Sections – Europe, Asia and Middle East
3) Class Size: 235 participants
4) Average Experience: 13 Years
5) Average Age: 36 Years
6) Students can chose one of the INSEAD GEMBA sections – Europe GEMBA section, Asia GEMBA or Middle-...
A multi-campus structure is a valuable networking and learning opportunity for executives seeking a degree in General Management. Unlike Chicago Booth Executive MBA program, TRIUM EMBA is jointly offered by London School of Economics, HEC Paris, and NYU Stern School of Business.
Let us compare the two programs on Class Profile, Curriculum, Locations and Schedules, Experiential Learning, Ranking, and Fees.
TRIUM Global Executive MBA program attracts older applicants with over 15 years of experience. Chicago Booth class size is four times larger with the students spread across three campuses. The nationalities represented in the class is also high (51) compared to 30 that TRIUM EMBA attracts.
The small class size in TRIUM Global Executive MBA builds a much stronger bond among the class compared to Booth where only 1/3rd of the schedule is allocated for the entire 240+ students to collaborate.
The average year of experience for the TRIUM EMBA class is 15 against 12 for Booth. Since a large part of the MBA experience depends on peer-to-peer learning, each year added to the average age of the class adds to the overall learning experience of the class.
Your ability and motivation determine the effectiveness of your networking. However, a 240+-class size is a definite advantage for Booth. The geographic spread and...
After working for a decade in management roles, executives often have to decide whether to update their knowledge in management. Although the desire to pursue management education is high, executives are unwilling to give up their jobs. The reasons for this may range from family commitments to the desire to continue in a job that they love.
Thankfully, executives looking to add an edge to their careers have a wide range of world-class management programs available. The Best EMBA programs incorporate global learning experiences with cross-continental courses, and flexible classroom schedule. To enter the top ranked Executive MBA courses candidates should have 10+ years of excellent career progression, with a decent GMAT score. Many top schools waiver GMAT score if the profile is strong.
10 Best EMBA programs
1) TRIUM Executive MBA
The Trium Executive MBA program is taught over three world-class colleges: HEC - Paris, LSE – London and NYU Stern – New York. The course is divided into six on-site modules over 17 months and has an executive-friendly format that only requires a total of...
Yale SOM’s MBA program for Executives started operation in 2005 as a healthcare specialization. Eventually, the program started incorporating the fundamentals of Business Education, sustainability and more recently started a specialization in asset management (commence on Fall 2014). Instead of looking at specialization, the program looks at the perspective of various stakeholders - Customer, Innovator, Employee, Competitor, and State & Society, to understand how the organization work.
• Two Year Program
• Raw Case Approach – Forces participants to deal with large data, similar to real world problems
• Leadership Development at four levels: Individual, team, organization & Global
• Incorporates Full-time MBA Program's integrated curriculum, Leadership Development Program, Raw cases, Team projects, and Global Business Expertise
• Three Focus Areas: Healthcare, Asset Management, or Sustainability
• Some of the best research faculties
• Year 1, Orientation - July 26 & 27
• Residence Weeks - July 28 to Aug 8
• Year 1, Term 1 - Aug 22, 2014 to Feb 7, 2015
• Year 1, Term 2 - Feb 20 - July 25
• SOM International Experience (Optional) - Mar
• Year 2 Residence Week - Aug 3 to 7
• Year 2, Term 1 - Aug 21 to Feb 6
• Year 2, Term 2 -...
BusinessWeek Executive MBA rankings for 2013 have been announced. Northwestern Kellogg has retained the top position, beating Chicago Booth, which has dropped one position to take the second position. SMU Cox made a surprise entry in the top three list, jumping four positions from 7th to 3rd.
Other big moves seen in the BusinessWeek Executive MBA rankings are from Wharton and Fisher, both advancing by five positions to rank at 4th and 9th positions respectively.
There are some interesting statistics available in the Executive MBA rankings; one is the percentage Top Executives in the class. Pepperdine (Graziadio) has the largest % of Top executives (35%), followed by Kellogg (18%) and Duke Fuqua (16%). For students interested to learn from the experiences of key decision makers, Executive MBA programs offered by the three schools would be beneficial .
For Executives who are self-funding and are looking to be part of one of the top 10 Executive MBA programs, Ohio State (Fisher) offers the most cost effective program ($85,500), with IE Business School at second($99,400) and SMU Cox ($112,000) at a distant third.
When you consider the...
Q) I am a doctor in the final stage of DM Cardiology from India. It is a super-speciality degree programme in Cardiology and its duration is three years. The completion is round the corner, July end. We function as Junior Consultants during this degree programme and independently treat patients under the supervision of senior consultants . Additionally, I work as In-charge, cardiac critical care unit in the hospital.
I completed my MD in Internal medicine from India and was awarded a gold medal in the year 2009. Following that, I worked as a consultant for one year. During the same time, I had also finished my MRCP, a post graduate degree from London manadatorily taken by all doctors who practise in UK. I have another valuable experience of working as a Junior Registrar in All India Institute of Medical Sciences in the year 2005 for a couple of months.
At the personal level, I belong to a family which runs and manages a network of hospitals. In the near future, I would be expected to serve as the director of the network. However, I realize that in order to fulfill this responsibility I need additional skills and understanding than what the usual education in medical school offers or working...
The Economist has released its first EMBA Program ranking for 2013. The ranking is based on three factors: personal development, educational experience and career development. Kellogg School of Management is a clear winner in this ranking with three of its EMBA programs, featuring in the top 10 list.
According to The Economist, Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA is the best executive MBA program followed by IE Global Executive MBA and UCLA-NUS Executive MBA program.
What is interesting is the dominance of Spain’s leading schools – IE and IESE in the top 5 list. However, US based schools dominate the top 10 list with two Asian schools (NUS Singapore and HKUST, Hong Kong) featuring in the same list. Another European school that has made the entry into the top 10 list is IMD, Switzerland.
Methodology: The ranking is based on answers from two sets of questionnaires collected between Feb and May 2013. Only schools featured in the Economist Full-time MBA ranking were invited for the EMBA ranking.