IE Business School and Singapore's SMU to Launch Blended MBA Program

New 10-month long program includes classroom sessions at both schools

Spain's IE Business School has partnered with Singapore Management University to launch a new blended, executive-level MBA program.

The program is 10 months long, and will combine online learning with 17 days of face-to-face teaching. The classroom sessions will be delivered in both Singapore and Madrid. 

The curriculum will cover a mix of core business topics and soft skills, with a general focus on Asian business. The courses offered range from "Financial Accounting" to "Leadership and Human Resources," and "Entrepreneurial Management."

Applications are now being accepted for a fall 2014 start. To apply, interested candidates must have at least three years of professional work experience. Applicants are also required to take the GMAT, the GRE, or the admissions test from either SMU or IE. (The schools are targeting a cohort GMAT average of between 650 and 680.)

For more information or to apply, please see the IE-SMU MBA webpage.

You can also read more about IE Business School on the school's full profile on FIND MBA.

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