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"EMBA for a Day" session on February 9

2013-02-09 00:00:00
If you would like to know what it is like to study in the Executive MBA Worldwide Program, you now have an opportunity to visit the current class in session. The "EMBA for a Day" allows those interested in advancing their career to experience the Katz EMBA program for themselves, as well as to network with current EMBA students and ask them questions over a nice coffee break. This time, the "EMBA for a Day" will be held within the course of Strategic Cost Management. If you would like to attend, please register at http://www.katz.pitt.edu/EMBAforaDay or RSVP to akralova@katz.pitt.edu. Capacity is limited.

Katz Executive MBA Worldwide Program

The Katz Graduate School of Business is part of the University of Pittsburgh, one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the United States. Ranked among the world's finest programs, the Katz Executive MBA Worldwide Program prepares high-talent professionals with significant experience to move up to more strategic roles and enables them achieve greater success in global markets.

Global Learning

The Katz EMBA program operates on three continents. Students have the opportunity to enroll in one of three locations: Europe (Prague, Czech Republic), North America (Pittsburgh, US), and South America (São Paulo, Brazil).

A hallmark of the Katz EMBA program is the Global Executive Forums. These forums are one-week trips that students take to each location, giving them the opportunity to immerse themselves in international markets and gain networking exposure with foreign classmates and business leaders. The Global Executive Forums are central to understanding business in new global contexts.

Globally Respected Degree

The Katz EMBA program awards its graduates a Master in Business Administration (MBA) degree. Students learn as a single cohort - no matter which location they enroll in, they earn the exact same degree. They complete the same curriculum and study under the same faculty: Katz's renowned professors are flown from the U.S. into the Prague and São Paulo locations to lead study modules in person, thus ensuring the same excellent quality of executive education.

The Katz EMBA program is consistently ranked among top programs in Central and Eastern Europe and has been active in the region for more than 20 years—longer than any other program.

Katz is among the few U.S. schools in the CEE region to offer a program accredited by the AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). Since AACSB accreditation is the universal gold standard in business school certification, the Katz MBA degree is respected all over the world.

Senior, Talented Students

In an Executive MBA program, students learn not only from professors, but also from their colleagues in the class through frequent team assignments and interaction with experienced executives from various backgrounds. This is why strict admission requirements are an important guarantee of the program’s quality.

The Katz EMBA program is designed for successful working professionals who want to move into more strategic roles in the global economy. On average, Katz EMBA students have 14 years of work experience, including nine years in a managerial role, and many hold senior-level positions. They have already earned academic degrees in various fields.

Typically, Katz EMBA students speak multiple languages; they come from nearly a dozen countries in a given year and often travel across Europe as part of their regular job. They work in a variety of industries — from financial services and manufacturing to the energy and media industry.

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