New format requires students to take fewer core courses, offers more electives

Central European University (CEU) has recently begun offering its MBA program in a new format.

The redesigned one-year MBA curriculum requires students to take fewer core business courses, and instead offers more elective choices.

Elective courses include a range of entrepreneurship offerings (such as "Developing a New Venture," and "Social entrepreneurship"); as well as a range of concentrations, including Finance and Marketing.

The redesigned curriculum has launched this year, and is available for students starting in September 2013.

For more information, please see the CEU press release announcing the launch of the new MBA format.

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