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Joint Emba
Program and Course Information

A joint EMBA program gives you the expertise of two business schools for the price of one. Instead of studying in just one country, you’ll flit between programs at two business schools – often in two separate countries.

Many joint EMBA programs are often ranked higher than the individual programs at each institution. Essentially, you’ll get the best of two EMBA programs along with the opportunity to learn about business practices and problems in two different countries.

What will I study on a joint EMBA program?

The content of a joint EMBA program will be broadly similar to any other executive MBA program. You will study core modules based around executive level case studies, as well as participating in group discussions, residential periods of study and examinations.

A joint EMBA will often focus on opposing issues, allowing each institution to offer something unique. These could be international differences or industry issues.

You should expect your international MBA program to have content on the following:

  • Global business
  • Strategic management
  • Financial analysis
  • People management

Length and structure

A joint EMBA program is a part-time qualification which you study in your own time. Seminars and lectures are normally provided to you to study during weekends, but you may also be required to take time off to spend on intensive periods of study, during which you may spend up to several weeks on a residential.

Most joint EMBA programs take between 18-30 months to complete, with periods of study at both institutions.

How can a joint EMBA program help my career?

A joint EMBA can help top level executives take their careers to the next level. As well as improving your knowledge of modern business issues and management techniques, you’ll also simulate business problems and be aware of solutions to these issues.

The joint nature of the program means that you’ll be able to get a taste of business issues in different contexts – from how different industries are managed to business life in different countries.

Entry requirements

Most joint EMBA providers will look for a number of factors before accepting you onto a course. These may include a high GMAT score, an extensive history of high level work experience, previous business qualifications and the ability to attend a preliminary meeting.

You may have to demonstrate the following:

  • A set period of work experience
  • Language proficiency
  • GMAT score
  • Personal recommendation
  • Successful interview

What to do next

If you would like more information on joint EMBAs or other international MBA programs, sign up for our Free Application Service to view a selection of leading MBA programs around the world and to apply online.

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