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SKEMA Business School

Executive MBA

Cet Executive MBA proposé par SKEMA permet d’appréhender de nouveaux modèles d’organisations adaptés aux environnements complexes et en constante mutation, ainsi que de développer leur vision stratégique globale.. Ce qu’il faut en retenir ? Sa flexibilité. Délivré en « blended learning », il alterne des modules en e-learning et des séminaires intensifs. L’idée : préparer à distance selon son propre emploi du temps pour un travail intensif en face à face. Les participants vont étudier dans quatre lieux différents : Lille en France, Shanghai en Chine, Raleigh aux Etats-Unis et Belo Horizonte au Brésil. En plus de la spécialisation et des modules généralistes (économie, stratégie, gouvernance, management, contrôle de gestion, marketing, finance…), le programme se termine par un projet d’entreprise pour appliquer les connaissances.
Niveau de recrutement : Niveau Master ou équivalent avec 5 ans d’expérience professionnelle minimum
Durée du cursus : 18 ou 24 mois
Lieu : Lille (France), Shanghai (Chine), Raleigh (USA), Belo Horizonte (Brésil)
Langue : anglais
Accréditations : AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA
Sélection : dossier + entretien + IELTS
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14-03-2017

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Intervenants :

  • Carole DANIEL - Directrice académique Executive MBA
  • Paul Bulmer - Head of Product Management, CARRIER AND MOBILE, London (UK)
  • 00:27

    The Corporate Speech

    02:23

    The Interview

    02:38

    What's the difference between an MBA and an Executive MBA?

    06:00

    How much professional experience do you require to apply?

  • 08:09

    Hi Paul, why did you choose the Executive MBA of SKEMA, specifically?

    11:16

    What's the rhythm of the program? Can I still work?

    14:37

    Do graduates tend to stay with the same company when they finish or change jobs?

    17:15

    What are the "residential weeks"?

  • 20:15

    The Expert Question

    20:29

    The Expert Question: Executive MBAs are more and more valuable to NGOs and international organizations. How is the curriculum of this program applicable to working in the context of a nonprofit or humanitarian agency?

    24:54

    You just received the AMBA accreditation and communicated a lot about it, so what's it doing?

    27:07

    What's it like, the alumni network at SKEMA?

  • 29:43

    What's the format of the modules? Is it one-time sessions?

    30:43

    How much focus is put on working in management in an international environment?

    33:02

    Guest’s change

    33:15

    What are some concrete examples of assignments and projects we have to complete?

  • 36:08

    For you, what is the main interest to study at your Executive MBA?

    38:54

    I would like to know from the student - what have you liked most about the program? The least?

    40:53

    Tie-less Moment

    41:07

    Tie-less Moment: It’s been a long day of lectures and work. Everyone is ready for happy hour. What would be the official drink or cocktail that best represents the SKEMA Executive MBA?

  • 43:03

    Who teaches the classes? Are these full-time professors?

    46:16

    What is the individual coaching? The Leadership Diamond program sounds like a self-help workshop.

    48:40

    As a business person, I want to know what the ROI is on this Executive MBA. Are we guaranteed a salary increase? It’s a lot of money to spend.

    50:57

    How does it work exactly when we are working in a "virtual environment"? Can we do the whole program without ever being on a campus?

  • 54:01

    Are travel costs covered in the tuition fees?

    55:25

    What can we expect in the information interview in the admissions process?

    58:29

    Conclusion