The business world is constantly moving and evolving at an unprecedented pace. We have identified a combination of Asian insights essential to consider while conducting business in the region and made sure that the program incorporates a broad range of courses to cover both soft skills and hard skills.
The ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA Asia-Pacific program truly equips established and up-and-coming leaders with the expertise to handle a variety of challenges often associated with leadership positions.
ESSEC’s educational approach is based on the students’ autonomy, responsibility, and freedom. ESSEC focuses on business experience and on the international arena to nurture the development of future graduates and give them a taste for innovation and entrepreneurship.
The ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA Asia-Pacific program is built on these pillars of success:
An international outlook with a pan-Asian core, with courses examining new business models in Asia, future powerhouses and international residencies.
An innovative curriculum incorporating the latest business trends in topics such as Big Data, Value-creating Innovation, Branding with Digital and Social Networks, and Family Business.
An inclusive approach with a strong focus on actionable learning and tactical frameworks applicable in the workplace.
Our faculty boasts 142 permanent professors representing 30 different nationalities and more than 300 affiliates. ESSEC’s reputation for excellence in research has afforded the school a leading role on the world stage for the creation of new management ideas, approaches, and concepts. Year after year, the ESSEC faculty produces influential research that is published in some of the world’s best academic journals.
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