Ashridge to Offer an Executive MBA in the Creative Industries

Program delivered mainly online, with four residential weeks over two years

The UK's Ashridge Business School will launch an Executive MBA for the Creative Industries in 2016.

The program is designed for both those who are already working in the creative industries, as well as for those who would like to transition into them.

The EMBA will cover a variety of general management topics—including finance, marketing, sustainability, and more—but tailored for the creative industries.

It will be delivered primarily online, with four residential weeks over two years. 

To apply for the program, interested candidates should have at least three years of work experience and a bachelor's degree, or five years of work experience without a bachelor's degree.

The program is set to launch in October 2016.

For more information, please see Ashridge's EMBA for the Creative Industries program webpage.

Photo: "Ashridge Business School" by myself / Creative Commons (cropped and rotated)

Comments

ezra    |    Aug 24, 2015 14:27
Is there really that much demand for this kind of program? Sounds a bit similar to Henley's MBA for the Music and Creative Industries, which I understand the school has been struggling to fill each year.
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