MILAN, January 28, 2020
Executive MBA
Alumni Panel & Networking Reception
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A one of a kind event
Each Premier Executive MBA event features a school alumni panel and networking session with executive education teams and former students from the Top 50 Executive MBA programmes in the world (Financial Times 2018). The event will allow you to learn more about the details and advantages of the EMBA and GEMBA degrees, and will provide all the information you need to develop your career and network in a privatised, exclusive location.

The Premier EMBA Experience

  • Learn more about executive education, its ROI, and the EMBA experience from business school alumni
  • Network with fellow business executives in a prestigious, privatised location
  • Meet executive education teams during optional, private meetings

Exclusive benefits of the event

By joining the event, you'll have the chance to receive feedback on your eligibility and suitability for the EMBA programmes directly from their teams and alumni. All event attendees also gain access to the Premier EMBA candidate platform on which you'll find additional resources about executive education and career development. Event attendees will also be able to sign up for an individual career consulting session with an executive coach.

Venue
The Westin Palace Milan
Piazza della Repubblica 20
Agenda
MILAN, January 28, 2020
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM “The EMBA Experience and ROI” - Panel discussion about the business school journey of successful alumn
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM Networking cocktail with business experts and the top 50 global EMBA heads of admissions
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM “Connect Corner” – Space for individual consultations with business school representatives
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