LSE offers the TRIUM Global Executive MBA Programme jointly with NYU Stern School of Business and HEC Paris School of Management. It is divided into six intellectually rigorous modules held in five international business locations over a 17-month period.
The class comprises diverse, experienced senior level executives from around the world. The curriculum is tailor-made to suit the participants, with the required absence from the office only 10 weeks over the 17 month period. You will have access to a distance learning platform which is used for learning activities and project work as well as fostering a continuous educational community, with professors and classmates.
Modules are designed and delivered by all three institutions to build seamlessly upon one another, ensuring that the curriculum, which draws upon the special strengths of each school, is delivered in a unified and complementary way. This is the only Executive MBA programme to integrate an international socio-political, economic dimension into its entire MBA curriculum, playing on LSE’s strength in this area. During the modules, regional academic and industry experts are selectively invited to further enrich the curriculum and to ensure maximum regional breadth and knowledge.
Please visit triumemba.org for detailed information about the programme, admission requirements and how to apply.
The preliminary information form is designed to provide us with the information we need to conduct an informational interview. These interviews are optional and are not part of the formal application process. They are useful to help applicants gain a better understanding of the programme before deciding to formally apply.
GMAT/GRE scores not required if applicants have 15 years or more of work experience. Demonstrate sufficient quantitative or academic preparedness in your application through prior coursework, professional experience, and/or certifications. Applications will be holisticly and thoroughly reviewed either way.We may request a GMAT/GRE score if transcript(s) or work experience does not demonstrate sufficient quantitative or academic preparedness. If you do not feel you can provide adequate proof of your quantitative abilities, you may wish to consider submitting GMAT or GRE scores or enrolling in a quantitatively focused non-degree course.
Recipient: London School of Economics and Political Science
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