Durham University and European Business School Revamp Executive MBA

Re-launched EMBA program to focus on international business challenges

The UK's Durham University Business School and Germany's European Business School (EBS) have announced that they have redesigned their joint MBA program, to run from September 2018.

The revamped EMBA will focus on international business challenges, by exploring ideas such as how to create effective transnational business relationships, and studying topics like the operations of global markets.

The EMBA will also provide opportunities for students to pursue overseas study modules. The program will be delivered through modules that take place once per month, from Thursday to Saturday. The modules will be held in Durham, UK and in Oestrich-Winkel, Germany.

For more information, please see the Durham-EBS Executive MBA webpage.

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