Over the four last years the executive MBA route has been performing better than any other MBA delivery method. According to the "Application Trends Survey", conducted by the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC , 2005), "...the trend in application volume for executive programmes has been at a relatively stable level of increase since the first measurement of executive programmes in 2001"...
Since our founding as the 2nd oldest business school in the U.S. our guiding principle has been based on what we refer to as the Chicago Approach — our emphasis on the basic disciplines that underlie all of business. The Chicago Approach further builds on these disciplines and provides students with an opportunity to apply these concepts to the areas of finance, marketing, operations, management, strategy, etc...
An interview with Dr. Eric Weber, Associate Dean, IESE Business School
An interview with Stefan Kayser, Dean, Joint Executive MBA Program of the WHU and the Kellogg School of Management
An interview with Viviane de Beaufort, Academic Director of the European Executive MBA, ESSEC
An interview with Jens Wustemann
Purdue University invented the global executive MBA in 1991 when forward-thinking finance professor Bill Lewellen decided his business students could benefit from frequent visits to the Ecole Superieur de Commerce in Rouen as much as he did...
Each year ESCP Europe welcomes 4,000 students and top-level executives representing 90 different nationalities on its 5 campuses in Europe (Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid and Torino) and in 77 partner universities worldwide.
ESCP Europe recognised by the Financial Times’ 2010 EMBA rankings as the top business school for career progression.