Best part-time / EMBA for technology and Digitalization


Ronny T

Hello, Which is the best part-time /EMBA for technology professionals in Europe? Especially looking for specialization related to Digitalization, Information systems etc.
I am not looking for a program with a class profile of 15+ years of experience like c-level or senior executives. Interested in the class profile of mid-level seniority with 4-8 years of experience.

Hello, Which is the best part-time /EMBA for technology professionals in Europe? Especially looking for specialization related to Digitalization, Information systems etc.
I am not looking for a program with a class profile of 15+ years of experience like c-level or senior executives. Interested in the class profile of mid-level seniority with 4-8 years of experience.
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Hi Ronny, have you checked HEC EMBA - Leading digital transformation program?

Hi Ronny, have you checked HEC EMBA - Leading digital transformation program?
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Duncan

Honestly, technology professionals don't need a specialisation in technology. You are ahead of the textbooks already, since textbooks rest on peer reviewed research that is already years old by the time it is published. You need a strong general management MBA with insights which will stay valid for two decades not two years.

Honestly, technology professionals don't need a specialisation in technology. You are ahead of the textbooks already, since textbooks rest on peer reviewed research that is already years old by the time it is published. You need a strong general management MBA with insights which will stay valid for two decades not two years.
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Larry

It really depends on your goals and what you're currently doing. If you're looking to make a large career transition (function, industry, location), then a full-time MBA would probably be a better choice.

Most EMBAs will be aimed at those with more work experience, and who want to stay close to what they're doing in their current roles.

It really depends on your goals and what you're currently doing. If you're looking to make a large career transition (function, industry, location), then a full-time MBA would probably be a better choice.

Most EMBAs will be aimed at those with more work experience, and who want to stay close to what they're doing in their current roles.
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