The Insider’s Guide is a must have for anyone considering business school and especially the EMBA. Why? If you are going to spend the next two years of your life in school and pay for a six figure education then you must work from full information. It is essential that you understand all the reasons why you did or did not make the choose an MBA or EMBA.
Currently, the only information available on the Executive MBA is from published materials by the business schools. While this information is helpful for students to learn more about a specific program it does not provide an unbiased review of the program nor explain how the education fits into the bigger picture of one’s career.
EMBA World published the Insider’s Guide soliciting graduates of the EMBA from a cross selection of schools, professions, and men and women.
You owe it to yourself to understand the Executive MBA and how it differs from a full time or part time program. Professional work experience matters in the EMBA and the quality and practicality of the education will take you to place around the world and introduce you to business concepts that you can apply immediately on the job.
But of course don’t take the word of one person; take the words of many people like you who had to process the decision to attend school. Let their experiences, challenges, and tips of acceptance, balancing life with school, and graduating.
No matter if you are a prospective student or a hiring manager, you can benefit from staying educated. Order your copy of the Insider’s Guide today.
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Read what others have said about the Insider’s Guide to the Executive MBA:
“Raising The Bar On Managing An Organization’s Talent“ Reviewer: Gary Wallrapp from Boston, Ma, USA- Former Employment Manager, Reebok International, Ltd.
“This book opened a world of options“ Reviewer: Ken Johnson from Chicago, IL, USA, IT Manager
“Recommended for Anyone Considering an MBA, Especially for Women!“ Reviewer: Kathy Clance from New York, NY, USA, Banker