The Executive MBA

The Executive MBA Curriculum: International Seminars

The Executive MBA includes five week-long seminars designed to explore a specific theme related to the business environment.

They also provide you with great opportunities to share your knowledge and experience with your Executive MBA peers.

The Seminars in Detail

ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE AND LEADERSHIP INDUCTION SEMINAR
LOCATION: FRANCE, PARIS
DATE: 22 - 26 JANUARY 2018

Participants gain a deeper understanding of company structures and processes, develop analytical skills in order to examine patterns of organisational change, and assess today's key management issues.

EUROPEAN BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT SEMINAR
LOCATION: BELGIUM, BRUSSELS
DATE: 16 - 18 APRIL 2018

This seminar highlights the structure and functioning of European institutions and their influence on the business environment, as well as macro economical challenges, competition regulations, lobbying techniques and practices, and EU relations with other regional markets.

REGIONAL LEADERSHIP SEMINAR - OPTIONAL LOCATION

BRAZIL: São Paulo, Instituto de Ensino e Pesquisa (INSPER) and Rio de Janeiro, Fundaçao Getulio Vargas (FGV)
CHINA:
Shanghai, Jiao Tong University
INDIA:
New Delhi, Management Development Institute (MDI) and Ahmedabad, Indian Institute of Management (IIMA)
DATE: 22 - 26 OCTOBER 2018

In the current context of globalisation, the ability to lead projects in developing countries is highly valued by companies. The focus of this seminar is on reviewing the major issues firms have to deal with when developing projects in these regions.

INNOVATION MANAGEMENT SEMINAR
LOCATION: USA 
DATE: 8 - 12 APRIL 2019

This seminar will expand particpants' capabilities in innovation, design thinking, entrepreneurship and leadership.

CLOSING SEMINAR
LOCATION: SPAIN, MADRID
DATE: 24 - 28 JUNE 2019

This synopsis seminar is devoted to integrating the skills and knowledge acquired during the programme through case studies and testimonials focused on strategy implementation and leadership styles.