CBS Welcomes the Executive MBA Class of 2007
The Executive MBA Class of 2007 will commence their studies at CBS this week
. The new EMBA class is made up of 50 participants with an average age of 11 years of work experience from diverse industries as well as professional background. With 28% of participants coming from abroad, this class also has the largest percentage of international participants. The average age of this class is 36 (ranging from 28 to 51 years old).
The Executive MBA Program will kick off with a four-day Introduction Seminar from 19 to 22 January 2006. The seminar aims to prepare the participants for the 21-month study. Issues relating to leadership, strategy and innovation will be covered. The seminar will also feature Lars Nørby Johansen, Chairman Falck A/S & Adjunct Professor at CBS who will deliver a keynote talk on Globalization and Value Creation.
Since it began in 1994, the 21-month Executive MBA Program at CBS has transformed successful managers and executives into truly gifted leaders in business and not-for-profit organizations. In addition to building their general management competencies, the participants also benefit from boosting their personal and leadership development. Extensive support from top business executives ensures strong link between academia and business.
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