IESE to Launch Executive MBA in Brazil in 2012
New 19-month program to be taught bi-weekly São Paulo
The new part-time, 19-month EMBA program will be taught bi-weekly, and will be aimed at Brazilian executives with at least 5 years of working experience. According to the school, students will "have the opportunity to experience a multilingual business program with classes in English, Portuguese and Spanish."
For more information, please visit the IESE Executive MBA website.
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