Meet Madina Kalyayeva, ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA participant from the class of 2022, and find out why the Managing Director of M&C Saatchi Singapore sees value in an EMBA qualification. Read the full article here.
Coupled with a robust curriculum and culturally diverse student cohort, the ESSEC EMBA gave Mr Derek Murray a deeper appreciation of geopolitical and business issues in the region. Read the full article here.
Marrying sustainability with innovation: How this tech entrepreneur takes a holistic approach to building his green business
ESSEC Executive MBA graduate Darren Webb not only uses sustainable materials in the construction of his data centres, but also taps on renewable energy sources. Read the full article here.
Elena Hyeseon Jeong, ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA participant from the class of 2022, shares her views on how an EMBA can benefit women and the lessons she has learned over the last year. Read the full article here.
Tuition fees coupled with the opportunity cost of time spent mean that an Executive MBA program is a huge investment. Find out what returns on investment you can expect, and what it takes to make this investment pay off. Read the full article
Faced with a career setback, James Ching turned to the ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA (EMBA) to reverse his fortunes. He shares how ESSEC Asia-Pacific helped him refocus his perspective and thrive in a Fortune 500 company. Read the full article
The people who join Executive MBA (EMBA) programs tend to come from two main camps: Those with technical expertise looking to broaden their understanding of business, and those with general business skills who wish to update their knowledge. Find out how an EMBA can empower both groups to become stronger and better leaders of tomorrow. Read the full article
By 2040, Asia is expected to contribute to 50 percent of the world’s GDP and drive at least 40 percent of the consumption. For those looking to grow in tandem with the region, here’s what to expect from the future of work. Read the full article
What keeps a senior manager up at night when they are at the height of their careers? Is it team management? Time management? Or perhaps it is the future development of the company? Read the full article
2021 EMBA participant Derek Murray, and Marc Nerva, Senior Manager, Business Development - ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA, Asia-Pacific weigh on the things that count the most when considering if you should do an Executive EMBA. Read the full article
The ESSEC & Mannheim EMBA Asia-Pacific program helped him close the gap quickly: Modules on corporate finance and accounting built on his existing knowledge and boosted his confidence in handling financial matters. In areas he had zero experience in, like marketing, the EMBA offered actionable knowledge and new insights to take back to the office. Read the full article
“I believe in using business as a force for positive change,” she declares. “People need jobs and products—and to be for profit forces you to take better care of your money. So positive impact and profit are not antithetical concepts." Read the full article
“Peer-to-peer learning occurs when each person contributes their own experiences and expertise and brings their own comparisons to the classroom. We highly encourage experience sharing in all of our EMBA courses,” Prof. Cèdomir Nestorovic, Program Director of the ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA Asia-Pacific shares. Read the full article
A program offered by ESSEC and Mannheim Business School offers EMBA participants an immersive experience to gain knowledge in business cultures of Asia Pacific so that they can seize opportunities arising from the region. Read the full article
With easy access to the rest of Asia and its fusion of eastern and western traditions, Singapore offers an abundance of benefits and opportunities to those who decide to do an executive MBA (EMBA) there. Read the full article
The ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA (EMBA) was meant to help Stephanie Sng up-skill and refine her business acumen. She went far beyond that, building bridges all over the world and opening doors to new business opportunities. Read the Article
When the pandemic slowed down business growth and put a halt to work-related travel, Gerald Iannone, Class of 2020, leveraged the ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA (EMBA) Asia-Pacific track to refocus his career goals and find inspiration for the future. Read The Article
Entrepreneurship is a common interest among ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA (EMBA) Asia-Pacific participants, who may be looking to enter the startup or venture capital world with the skills they gain from their course. Some may even go on to set up their own businesses. Read The Article
The Executive MBA (EMBA) is an excellent opportunity for experienced professionals from all sectors to gain an edge in today’s managerial skills. And what better place to embark on this journey than in the multi-cultural city-state of Singapore, ranked as the topmost competitive economy in the 2020 World Competitiveness Ranking? Here are four reasons you should do your EMBA, and for that matter, in Singapore. Read The Article
The world is a very different place to what it was just six months ago. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, worldwide job losses and a topsy-turvy economic market, it’s inevitable that many are wondering whether now is the right time to step back in to the classroom. Read the full article
Christophe Gonet, ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA (EMBA) class of 2016, credits the EMBA for fine-tuning his leadership skills and equipping him to drive the transformation of his company. Read The Article
Equipped with two decades of experience in the healthcare sector, Aileen Dualan, class of 2020, leveraged on the ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA (EMBA) to connect and collaborate with other sectors. Read The Article
Timothy Kooi, ESSEC & Mannheim Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) Asia-Pacific class of 2020, shares his perspective on why the EMBA is an asset for any seasoned professional. Read The Article
With an equal focus on both depth and breadth, the ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA (EMBA) program was both a practical and transformational experience for Stephenie Teo. Read The Article
For seasoned professionals in senior positions who cannot afford to leave their job to study full-time, an Executive MBA (EMBA), which allows you to work and study concurrently, might be the solution. Though the rewards of an EMBA are large, any employer releasing an employee for the program will have two major concerns: If performance at work will be compromised and how the business will eventually benefit. Inside ESSEC, the business school found that the conversations that tend to be most effective are those where EMBA hopefuls talk about what they believe and what values the EMBA will bring to them. Read The Article
Bolder, Better, Stronger: One Woman’s Next-Level Career Journey
For Rany Pa, enrolling in the ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA Program was one of the best decisions she’s made—for both her personal and professional development. And even after 20 years in the banking industry, she’s found better, more effective ways to excel at what she does. Read the article
As the world learns to cope with the impact of Covid-19, employers might bet on the employability of their staff and the versatility they show when presented with unheard-of challenges rather than a fixed set of skills they gained long ago. Read the full article
Career progression doesn’t just take its own course. It is created by arming yourself with the right tools and education that harness your individual experience. Even senior leaders must constantly learn to adapt to the challenges of the constantly evolving economy to propel their business growth. To that end, the ESSEC and Mannheim Executive MBA Asia-Pacific is designed to help participants take leadership to the next level. Read the article
The purpose of one of the core modules in the ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA Asia-Pacific Program is to develop a deeper understanding of one of these three regions (Africa, the Middle East, Latin America) as a future powerhouse. The Class of 2017 chose Latin America and embarked on a one-week Study Trip to Sao Paulo, Brazil, of which 3 days were dedicated to this topic.
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