I am 33, working in Switzerland at a director position and looking for an EMBA in Europe (reasonable commute from Zurich) with strong reputation and global recognition/network. Objective is to strengthen my profile to reach C-level in the next few years.
In terms of schedule, I cannot go for more than 50-60 working days out of the office and preferably not in monthly modules.
From my research, 3 options were narrowed down (I order them according to my preference at the moment) and I would like to hear the pros and cons for each one so that I have different inputs when hopefully deciding to pick one of them:
1. LBS - London Program, Fri/Sat bi-monthly. Do not consider the EMBA Global in partnership with Columbia due to the intensive module schedule
2. Kellogg-WHU - Modular however they are every 6 weeks and with a weekend included in the module, reducing # of days out of the office
3. Cambridge Judge - Fri/Sat monthly - ideal in terms of schedule but not sure about the reputation of its EMBA program.
If anyone can shed some light on these schools and especially on the Executive MBA Program I would really appreciate it.
[Edited by topemba on Feb 03, 2017]