ESMT Berlin: New Executive MBA class starts with 50 students
The students from 25 countries are on average 39 years old and have 14 years of professional experience. Most of the students are employed in the finance, technology, and manufacturing sectors. The class is made up of 36 percent women and 64 percent men.
“We constantly work on expanding the breadth of courses offered in our degree programs, including our own new classes on sustainability and understanding geopolitical issues. We also increasingly offer additional extracurricular learning activities from our partner universities. With additional courses taking place online, we can offer our students even more flexibility and variety. At the same time, face-to-face residencies are and will remain a core part of our EMBA program and are highly appreciated by our students. They get to know the other participants better, receive peer coaching and feedback, and can discuss application of learning in various business sectors and functions,” says Konstantin Korotov, professor and EMBA faculty lead at ESMT.
The ESMT EMBA is a part-time program composed exclusively of mid- to senior-level managers. The EMBA comprises ten face-to-face modules. Every two months, students meet in Berlin for intensive six-day modules.
About ESMT Berlin
ESMT Berlin is the highest-ranked business school in Germany and Top 10 in Europe. Founded by 25 leading global companies, ESMT offers master’s, MBA, and PhD programs, as well as executive education on its campus in Berlin, in locations around the world, online, and in online blended format. Focusing on leadership, innovation, and analytics, its diverse faculty publishes outstanding research in top academic journals. Additionally, the international business school provides an interdisciplinary platform for discourse between politics, business, and academia. ESMT is a non-profit private institution of higher education, accredited by AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS, and FIBAA, and is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion across all its activities and communities.