The Executive MBA established as one of Europe’s first MBA programmes in 1964, the Executive MBA at Programme attracts the highest-quality applicants, making Smurfit School one of the most desired schools outside of the US. With mid-week evening or weekend classes , the Executive MBA is designed to fit with the demands of your career and personal life. Our goal is to accelerate your career path.
The EMBA will enable you to face more complex and challenging career opportunities and equip you to contribute to breakthrough performance within your organisation. Our key focus is on the strategic understanding of the business organisation and its environment.
At all times, we promote real-world business skills and experiential learning techniques. But, above all, it is the dynamic mix of people drawn to participate in the course that ultimately delivers the greatest learning.
What will you learn? • Strategy: Be able to move easily between functional areas, manage cross-functional teams, see how each area contributes to overall corporate goals and think strategically. • Skills: Improve your ability to analyse problems, implement solutions and present your business case. Develop a powerful set of skills that you’ll use for the rest of your career and harness your abilities to turn them into leadership capabilities. • Leadership: Learn how to build effective teams and keep them energised, to work creatively with the ideas and insights of others, to inspire your co-workers and win their commitment to a course of action. Student profile This programme attracts a very diverse set of candidates, many of them international or with international experience. With between seven and ten years experience, our students are fasttracking to more senior management positions across a range of industry backgrounds, including indigenous and multinational employers in technology, financial services and services sectors as well as the traditional manufacturing and public sectors.
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