RSM and the University of Cologne Launch Joint Executive MBA Program

24-month EMBA program to start in Cologne in the fall of 2016

Erasmus University's Rotterdam School of Management (RSM) has announced that it has partnered with the University of Cologne to offer an Executive MBA program beginning next year.

The new Cologne-Rotterdam Executive MBA will be delivered in Cologne and will take 24 months to complete. Designed around RSM's Executive MBA program, courses in the new program will be delivered in modules that take place every other weekend. 

The curriculum will be organized into four terms, covering themes in management and leadership. According to the program webpage, some topics that will be covered include "Managerial Accounting," "Human Resource Management," "Strategic Marketing Management," and "Management Science." The EMBA will also include two international study trips and an in-company thesis project.

The program will begin in September 2016. To apply for the Cologne-Rotterdam Executive MBA, potential candidates should have at least four years of work experience, a university degree, proficiency in English, and leadership experience, among other requirements.

Applications for the 2016 intake must be submitted by August 8 2016.

For more information, please see the RSM news release announcing the launch of the Cologne-Rotterdam Executive MBA.

RSM also offers an Executive MBA in Rotterdam, and is part of the Global Executive OneMBA consortium. For more information about RSM's EMBA and MBA programs, please see the school's Full Profile on FIND MBA.

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