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IAE Nice: Executive MBAs for professionals

Professor Ulrike Mayrhofer, EMBA Program Director, IAEThe renowned IAE Nice Graduate School of Management, founded in 1966, has almost 1,400 students. With numerous programmes and impressive partnerships all over the world, the Université Côte d’Azur's public business school is one of the top addresses for young people who want to make the most of their professional lives.

IAE Nice also offers an Executive MBA, Master of Business Administration - EMBA for short. There is no age limit for this one-year programme for professionals with at least three years of experience. As Professor Ulrike Mayrhofer, Program Director for the Executive MBA, explains, the programme is aimed at "engineers, hotel managers, lawyers, and many other professions. The range of different professional areas is vast".

The EMBA lasts one year and is aimed at those who wish to acquire a more comprehensive knowledge of management. The goal of this programme is to provide students with all the tools necessary to move up the career ladder - an investment for life. The courses are taught in English.

To ensure that professionals can continue to work during their studies, lectures are held every two weeks on Fridays and Saturdays. The teaching team consists of recognized professors (IAE Nice has 30 permanent professors) and guest lecturers from different countries who share their knowledge and experience with prospective EMBA graduates.

The Executive MBA is ranked among the best MBAs in France by Eduniversal and MOCI (Moniteur du Commerce International). We speak with Professor Mayrhofer to find out why this international program is so successful: "Demand is growing, adult education is becoming more and more important. With globalization, for example, the demands on leadership qualities and competencies in digital management are also growing.”

Following the degree, studies can optionally be continued at partner universities of the IAE Nice such as Moscow, Shanghai or New York.

The EMBA runs from October 2019 to June 2020, with a cost of €10,000 to participate. The closing date for applications is May 31.

For more information or to apply, click here.