New blended learning program scheduled to begin in the autumn of 2010

Madrid's Instituto de Empresa (IE) Business School and Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island (USA) have announced a partnership that will result in a new version of IE's International Executive MBA (EMBA) program.

The new program set to begin in the fall of 2010 will be aimed at senior executives with more than ten years of work experience, and will follow a blended-learning format with online learning and face-to-face teaching in both Madrid and Providence.

For more information, please visit the IE Business School website.

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