ABS creates Executive MBA

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26 September 2007, AMSTERDAM - The Amsterdam Business School (ABS) of the University of Amsterdam (UvA) and the Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School have created a new Executive MBA for professionals who do not want to put their careers on hold.

26 September 2007

AMSTERDAM - The Amsterdam Business School (ABS) of the University of Amsterdam (UvA) and the Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School have created a new Executive MBA for professionals who do not want to put their careers on hold.

The 18-month programme is called the Independent EMBA. This New Executive MBA is meant to be completed during the student's spare time. Throughout the 18 months, students attend four one-week course sessions, and one weekend course every three weeks.

One of the four one-week blocks is an international entrepreneurship module, for which students spend the week abroad. The other course modules take place alternately between Leuven and Amsterdam.

The programme will benefit from the expertise of both the ABS and Vlerick in the areas of leadership, financial education, and entrepreneurship.

Upon graduation, students will receive two MBA diplomas: one from the ABS and one from Vlerick.

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