Mannheim-ESSEC Adds Week at NYU Stern to EMBA Program

18-month program now includes study periods on three continents

The Executive MBA program offered by Germany's Mannheim Business School and France ESSEC Business School will now include a week of study at New York University's Stern School of Business, the schools announced today. 

The 18-month program - offered primarily in Mannheim and Paris - now includes study sessions in New York, Singapore, and Shanghai.

For more information, please visit the ESSEC-Mannheim EMBA program website.

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