"The International Week at Alma gave me a whole new perspective of the Executive MBA program. It's the perfect occasion to exchange skills and knowledge with managers coming from different countries in a truly international environment. I believe this stimulating experience is useful to fully complete the Executive MBA program."
Beatrice Bassi, Emba V
Sales Manager - Res Omnia
The International Week is promoted by the International Consortium of the Executive MBA Programs. Partner of the Consortium are Alma Graduate School of the University of Bologna, Chapman Graduate School of Business of the Florida International University, Coppead Graduate School of Business of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and Mirbis (Moscow International Higher Business School).
Each school offers their Executive Master of Business Administration students the opportunity to obtain an international educational experience by participating in a specifically designed module of classes at one of the other partner schools in the Consortium. What I get?
Each programme is focused on business innovation, with majors based both on the analysis of a specific industry strategy and on local business issues.
Living in and learning from a different environment, teachers and companies, governmental institutions and cultures, even if for only a short period of time, can represent a paradigm shifting experience for the participants. Who is the International Week designed for?
Managers and entrepreneurs who want to:
• Assess their business model profit potential
• Exploit levers of their business profit potential
• Explore new business models
• Understand different business models in mature and emerging markets
• Interact with international Executive MBA community Involved Business Schools Alma Graduate School
University of Bologna, Italy
Alma Graduate School is among the most important schools of management in Europe and surely one of the most innovative ones in Italy. Interdisciplinary, integration with the business world and international focus are the keywords for managing the complex and continuously changing economic environment. Chapman Graduate School of Business
Florida International University, Miami, USA
The Chapman Graduate School of Business is one of the top business schools in Florida and in the country, and it is the only school that offers an Executive MBA (EMBA) program for experienced executives in Miami, Florida. The Coppead Graduate School of Business
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
The Coppead Graduate School of Business is committed to excellence in its graduate business teaching and research. It provides education to present and future business leaders who are able to perform highly both in the local and global environment to contribute to the development of Brazil. Mirbis
Moscow International Higher Business School, Moscow, Russia
The Moscow International Higher Business School MIRBIS is an international business school aiming to meet the challenges of management in the 21st century. The main objective of MIRBIS is to train managers and executives who are capable of adapting themselves to the needs of the Russian market as well as the trends in the global economy and become agents of innovation and change in their organizations. School of Economics and Business Administration
The Chongqing University (CQU) is one of the most important Universities of China, situated in the cultural centre of the city of Chongqing, one of the major centres of industries and commerce of the Southwest of the country. The School of Economics and Business Administration (SEBA) is one of the most prestigious business schools of China.