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EMBA Courses

Executive MBAs, or EMBAs are geared towards established working professionals who desire to advance their education while continuing to work and evolve their career. 

Executive Master of Business Administration degree, often abbreviated as EMBA, is primarily geared towards educating mid- and high-level business leaders, working executives, managers, and entrepreneurs. It equips them with a comprehensive range of leadership, team building and management skills, as well as strengthening their knowledge in core strategic principles.

 

In our modern, ever-changing society, it has become increasingly important for individuals to stay ahead of the game and to continue replenishing their skills and enhancing their technical know-how. EMBA courses from renowned business schools not only offer prestige, transferable skills and a more dynamic perspective on business development and management; they also enable top professionals within a field to expand their global network. Ultimately, it will help individuals feel more confident in pursuing promotion opportunities, taking on more responsibilities, and pushing themselves to maximize their potential.

 

Education Post can help you in your search for the best executive MBA courses. As the leading education website in Hong Kong, we provide you with an extensive list of EMBA programs from various institutions, all designed to help you achieve your goals. See the list below for the array of EMBA courses currently available.  

Master
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Part Time
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18 months
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HK$1,250,000 / US$161,200 (for class 2016 – 2017)
The Kellogg–HKUST Executive Master in Business Administration program is a world class, 18-month part-time program that capitalizes on the strengths of the Kellogg School of Management and the HKUST...
Master
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Part Time
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2 Years
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HK$11,170 per credit unit (Minimum total tuition fee: HK$11,170 x 40credits = HK446,800) Estimated total tuition fee: HK$550,000 (included all trips fee)
With a focus on Leadership and China Business, the EMBA aims to provide senior business executives with a process through which they can become stronger leaders who accelerate and excel in their...
Operated by: Ivey Business School
Granted by: Ivey Business School
Master
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Part Time
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HK$780,000 (US$100,000)
EMBA Programs are general business management programs for experienced executives who want to earn their MBA degree without interrupting their careers. The EMBA degree is exactly the same as an MBA...
Master
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Part Time
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16 months
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HKD 898,000 per programme
The School of Business and Management offers the HKUST Executive MBA program (HKUST EMBA) for Chinese executives to meet the internationalization needs of China's technologically innovative...

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