Applications now being accepted for September 2013 intake

The University of Edinburgh Business School has announced that it is launching a new Executive MBA program this year.

In the new EMBA program, students will meet one weekend a month over the course of two years. In the first year, the curriculum focuses on core business foundations like marketing and finance; in year two, students will study advanced topics like new venture creation, strategic management, and leadership.

The program is aimed at applicants with at least five years of work experience. Applications are now being accepted for the first cohort, which begins in September.

For more information, please see the University of Edinburgh press release announcing the launch of the new EMBA program.

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