New format features a one weekend per month schedule

Spain's ESADE Business School will launch an English-only version of its Executive MBA program, beginning this fall.

The English-language EMBA will be delivered in modules that last one long weekend per month, with sessions alternating between Madrid and Barcelona. With this format, ESADE hopes to attract students based in other countries who want to travel to Spain for classes, according to a statement from the school.

The program will also feature study abroad options, where students will have the opportunity to spend time at one of ESADE partner schools, which include HEC Paris, China's Fudan University, the Indian School of Business, and Georgetown University.

ESADE will also continue to offer the EMBA in weekly and biweekly formats, both of which are delivered in a mix of English and Spanish.

Through a partnership with Georgetown, ESADE also offers a "Global Executive MBA" program, where modules are delivered in various cities in the US, Spain, Brazil, India and China.

The English-only EMBA program will launch this October. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis; interested applicants should have at least four years of work experience to apply.

For more information, please see the ESADE press release announcing the launch of the English-only EMBA. You can also more about ESADE on the school's full profile at FIND MBA.

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