MBA COURSES Tuesday 29th Jan 2019


Modular Emba
Program and Course Information

As executive MBA programs increasingly adapt to the demands of modern business, modular EMBAs are set to grow in popularity due to their flexibility.

A modular EMBA will allow you to complete your business course module by module over an extended period, normally 18-24 months. You will study each module in weeklong or weekend residencies on campus, working intensively on each section until you have completed the course.

Although modular EMBAs are few, they are worth seeking out for business executives who need maximum flexibility between their work and studies.

What will I study on a modular EMBA program?

What you study on a modular EMBA program will be similar to any other renowned international MBA program – what differs is the mode of study. You’ll typically cover modules in advanced management, strategy and accounting, with a final project or placement.

However, instead of studying two evenings a week or full time, you will instead spend intensive periods working through individual modules.

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 modular EMBA is a part-time business course which requires periods of intense, full-time study. You will need to make sure you can take periods of time of work to complete individual modules, as well as setting time aside to work on case studies and final projects.

Most modular EMBA programs take between 18-24 months to complete – although some offer you the opportunity to extend this period based on your working commitments.

How can a modular EMBA program help my career?

A modular EMBA program will allow you to gain the benefits of a top level executive MBA at your own pace. You’ll be able to maintain your job and work commitments, fitting in your studies around your own time.

As with any other executive MBA program, you will expect to gain top level management skills and techniques, a wide array of international contacts and experience of business issues in a different context to the one you already face.

Entry requirements

Most modular 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 modular 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.

Email this page to a friend Share this page on Facebook Share this page on Twitter Share this page on Google+ Share this page on LinkedIn Share this page on more social networks