Program also hosting an info event for prospective students on October 10

This fall, the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario is starting its inaugural Executive MBA (EMBA) program in Hong Kong. The 18-month program teaches senior executives and managers using the Ivey-pioneered interactive case learning method and Cross-Enterprise Leadership learning model. According to the school, 43 executives from 15 countries are taking part in the program, which began in mid-August.

There will be an information seminar in Hong Kong about the EMBA program for propsective students on October 10.

For more information about Ivey's EMBA program in Hong Kong, please visit the program website.

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