01 February 2016
An EMBA For The Creative Industries
An EMBA for the creative industries - Published Jan 29, 2016 - Film producer David Puttnam talks to the FT’s Jonathan Moules about his teaching work on the EMBA for the creative industries at Ashridge business school, in the UK. Lord Puttnam’s aim is to broaden understanding of the opportunities in the sector.
Executive MBA (EMBA) programs developed to meet the educational needs of managers and executives, allowing students to earn an MBA (or another business-related graduate degree) in two years or less while working full-time. Participants come from every type and size of organization – profit, nonprofit, government – representing a variety of industries. EMBA students typically have a higher level of work experience, often 10 years or more, compared to other MBA students. In response to the increasing number of EMBA programs offered, The Executive MBA Council was formed in 1981 to advance executive education. Wikipedia
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