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Programme details

The EMBA-Global curriculum is comprehensive, rigorous and demanding. The timetable enables highly-focused learning, minimising your time spent away from the office and ensuring optimum learning impact. 

Key elements of the programme

Programme support

Dedicated programme support team

You are fully supported by a programme team with staff based in London and New York. They will provide you with information and advice on your elective portfolio or on class-week logistics and events. Regardless of your location, you’ll have access to the Programme Managers for the duration of the programme via email, Skype or telephone.

Outside of class

A large portion of out-of-class interaction takes place via the intranets of both London Business School and Columbia Business School. These interactive portals will allow you to access course materials, homework assignments, postings from fellow students, elective selection polls and much more. You will also have a dedicated EMBA-Global student site which will provide you with all academic policies and regulations, timetable and elective information as well as class recordings and upcoming events scheduled during your class-weeks.


Managing in 3D​

Career advisors; Nancy Farina Johnston from Columbia Business School and Ki Kuganesan from London Business School present this webinar in conjunction with Ivy Exec to provide an overview of frameworks and best practices on how to navigate relationships across different stakeholder groups.


Creating Positive Perceptions in the Workplace​​

Whether you’re making a career change internally or at a new company, starting a new position can be daunting. Conventional wisdom suggests that the first three months in a new position are critical to ensure long-term success. Hosted by Ivy Exec and jointly presented by Columbia Business School and London Business School, in this webinar you’ll learn how to avoid bad patterns, how to make a strong first impression, and how to keep your network process active after the job search.