Maastricht School of Management to Launch an Executive MBA in the UK

New program, offered in partnership with University Campus Suffolk, to be delivered in Ipswich, Suffolk

The Netherlands' Maastricht School of Management (MSM) has announced plans to launch an Executive MBA program in the UK.

Classes in the new EMBA, which is offered in partnership with University Campus Suffolk, will generally be delivered in Ipswich, Suffolk, which is some 80 miles northeast of London. However, students will also attend classes in Maastricht and on the Suffolk University campus in Boston.

Students can complete the part-time program in two years. Each module consists of eight full-time days (including weekends) consisting of lectures and course related field trips.

University Campus Suffolk is a collaboration between the University of Essex and the University of East Anglia.

The new program will launch in October, 2016.

Maastricht School of Management has similar partnerships with a number of other business schools around the world, including Germany's GISMA Business School, Egypt's RITI, and Kazakhstan's Almaty Management University (ALMA).

For more information, please see MSM's Maastricht-Suffolk Executive MBA program page.


Image: Railway station in Ipswich, Suffolk.

Comments

Duncan    |    Apr 04, 2016 14:45
Bizzare: London has a hugely over-served MBA market which is very competitive.
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