“Global” is not just a label in the Rotman-SDA Bocconi Global Executive MBA

SDA Bocconi School of Management (building)

The Rotman-SDA Bocconi Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) is an 18-month modular program, offered jointly by SDA Bocconi School of Management and the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto. As one of the top-ranked joint Executive MBA programs in the world in 2021, its Director, Ferdinando Pennarola, shares more about the program, including its globality, class size, and the benefits of graduating from a joint Executive MBA program.

What does the MBA student experience look like?

What does the MBA student experience look like?

The first week of an MBA program is the start of a long personal and professional journey. But what normally happens in that first week, and why is it so important? We hear from the MBA Program Manager at WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management to learn more about the first week of an MBA, as well as the overall MBA student experience.

IPADE Business School gives you access to the best faculty

IPADE Business School gives you access to the best faculty

IPADE Business School boasts more than 80 faculty members reflecting a vast array of backgrounds and expertise. Alberto Ibarra Garza, Decision Analysis Professor at IPADE, explained how the faculty is organized in different Academic Departments and what their main responsibilities are.

How Canada makes the relocation process easy for international MBA students

How Canada makes the relocation process easy for international MBA students

Tunji Hamzat is a Nigerian student who’s currently in the second year of his MBA program at the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto, Canada. He spent several years working in corporate and investment banking in Lagos, Nigeria before deciding that he wanted to study abroad in Canada. He told us about the differences he’s noticed between life in Canada and Nigeria, the Schulich School of Business’s two-year MBA program, and how Canada makes the relocation process easy for international students.

5 things you need to know about the EU Business School MBA

5 things you need to know about the EU Business School MBA

John Wetherell is an economics and management lecturer at EU Business School, which has campuses across Europe in Geneva, Montreux, Barcelona, and Munich, as well as online. He shares the top five things you should know about the EU Business School and its MBA programs.

Why executive coaching is key in the SSE EMBA

Why executive coaching is key in the SSE EMBA

Originally from India, Carissma Dennis now lives in Sweden and works as a product owner for the Volvo cars app. She moved to Stockholm four years ago to work at Volvo’s global office and ended up completing an Executive MBA at the Stockholm School of Economics. She tells us about the SSE EMBA’s valuable executive coaching program, the personal growth she experienced during her studies, and why taking an Executive MBA benefits you as well as the company you work for.

5 things you need to know about the Solvay Executive MBA

5 things you need to know about the Solvay Executive MBA

The Solvay Lifelong Learning of the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management has a lot to offer any learner who’s interested in undertaking an Executive MBA program. Not only is it condensed into an 18-month period with a flexible schedule that’s perfect for any working professional, but it also provides small classes, exceptional faculty members, and experiences that are tailored to your needs and career goals. Bruno Van Pottelsberghe is the Academic Director of the Executive MBA program. If you’re considering studying at the Solvay Brussels School, here are the top five things you should know about their programs.

5 things you need to know about the Executive MBA programs at ESSEC

5 things you need to know about the Executive MBA programs at ESSEC

Ranked #5 worldwide for executive education in 2020, the ESSEC MBA programs are designed to develop a 360° vision of the organization and to reveal one’s leadership through international residences, group projects, and workshops within a unique learning experience that relies on a strong cohesive philosophy. Thierry Graeff is the Head of International Recruitment and Admissions at ESSEC Business School in Cergy, France. He shares the five most important things to know if you’re thinking about starting the Executive MBA program at ESSEC.