The EMBA-Global Americas and Europe timetable facilitates a highly-focused learning experience. It has been designed so you can minimise the need to be away from the office, make the most of your time on campus, and focus on your studies.
In the first three terms, core courses are taught in four- or five-day concentrated teaching periods, or class weeks. They normally run from Wednesday to Saturday and are scheduled approximately once per month and alternating between London and New York.
This first part of the programme will typically require around 40 days out of the office. Between class weeks, you should expect to commit between 15 and 20 hours a week to personal study.
In the final two terms, you have the opportunity to specialise and tailor your learning by choosing from the extensive portfolio of elective options offered by both schools. As part of the elective portfolio, you also participate in one or more international seminars or assignments and have the option to undertake an independent research course.
In these final two terms, your study location depends upon your elective choices and may include London, New York, Hong Kong and/or Shanghai, as well as international seminar and assignment destinations.
Each term involves around 120 teaching hours.