New, 20-month program to start in October

The Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has announced plans to begin a new Executive MBA program.

The new EMBA program, which begins this October, will be aimed at executives who are at a mid-career level, and it will require eight or more years of work experience. The part-time program will consist of four eight-day, on-campus modules, and 26 weekend sessions over the course of 20 months.

Between sessions, the EMBA students will also have opportunities to take advantage of other parts of the Sloan campus. According to the school's website, "students will participate in a week-long action learning course ? Global Organizations Lab (GO-Lab) ? during which they will work on an intense, team-based consulting project with an internationally operating organization."

Additionally, the EMBA class will be able to interact and network with students enrolled in the MIT Sloan Fellows Program in Innovation and Global Leadership.

The application date for the first intake is August 15, 2010.

For more information, please see MIT Sloan's website.

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