ESSEC Business School Relaunches its Global MBA

The one-year MBA will be offered on both the France and Singapore campuses

For students beginning Fall 2017, ESSEC Business School's Global MBA will have a renewed digital perspective.

The one-year MBA program - on offer at both the Singapore and Cergy (France) campuses - "aims to take deeply into account the digital revolutions which are transforming businesses," according to a statement from the school.

There will also be a strong international focus, allowing students to observe diverse economic environments and cultural contexts for doing business. This perspective will be offered through cross-cultural case studies, study trips, an international consulting project and the opportunity for campus exchanges.

ESSEC's Global MBA will offer six majors:

  • Strategy and Management
  • Finance
  • Hospitality Management
  • International Luxury Brand Management
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation, and
  • Digital Business

The new program will receive strategic development support from an international advisory board which is chaired by Pierre Nanterme, Chairman and CEO of Accenture.

The first round of applications for the program beginning in September 2017 are due by November 15, 2016. Additional deadlines run until May 15, 2017.

For more information, see the program website.


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