Discover What an Executive MBA can do for you by Attending a QS Executive Event

MBA Blog / 1st March 2016

Meet and network with top Executive MBA Programs. Secure your spot now!

Is an Executive MBA the right path for your personal and professional aspirations?

The Executive MBA is a prestigious MBA degree that has a great reputation and legacy, globally. It is geared towards experienced managers and mid-career professionals with a minimum work experience of eight years.

The EMBA: Direct application and flexible schedule

Executive MBA programs usually offer a modular/part-time structure allowing participants to apply the knowledge acquired through outstanding faculty and high calibre peers back to the workplace, thus facilitating the learning process. In addition, Executive MBA programs put strong emphasis on personal development and responsible leadership through fully integrated units such as business coaching sessions and leadership workshops helping students to become better leaders along the way.

Where should you start?

Participate in the upcoming QS Executive global events where you will have the opportunity to meet and network with EMBA admissions officers and alumni. Secure your spot A.S.A.P. – register below:

The best way to find out which Executive MBA program is right for you is to meet with the EMBA programs’ admissions teams in person.

QS offers executive events in the form of MBA fairs (the QS World MBA Tour) which gather top Executive MBA programs and allow you to connect, network, and get your questions answered.

QS also facilitates this lengthy and complex process for you by matching your executive profile with potential EMBA programs at their Connect 121 events.

Find out more, join one of the QS Executive global events in London on  March 2, Paris on March 5 and in Frankfurt on March 12 where you will have the opportunity to connect, network, and get your questions answered. Secure your spot A.S.A.P – register here!

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