When you decide to take an Executive MBA, you’re making a huge investment in your future. You’re also deciding to invest significant time, money and energy. This is the advice our current participants have, if you’re considering an EMBA right now.
Behzad Samii, the director of the Executive MBA at Vlerick Business School in Brussels, tells us what the programme has to offer to potential participants, and to expats in particular.
On October 20, we kicked off our Executive MBA Combi programme. This year’s participants had time to get to know each other, meet our faculty and start their first module. And of course, they had their first taste of the Vlerick spirit.
The most important factor when settling on a school to pursue your Executive MBA should be the quality of its teaching. Educational rankings, no matter their caveats, still constitute one of the easiest ways to gauge whether a school is living up to the promises it makes.
An MBA is a fast track to a promotion, but let’s face it, it can be expensive. When considering a new job, many young professionals expect their employers to cover at least some of the expenses related to furthering their education.