This week marks the start of classes for the IESE's Global Executive MBA Class of 2013. Participants in this latest edition of the program, which has a monthly format, reflect 11 countries and 13 industries, ensuring a diversity of experiences and cultural viewpoints in the classroom.
Executives taking part in the program hail from Croatia, France, Germany, Georgia, Jordan, Mexico, Portugal, Russia and the U.S. Women make up 25 percent of the class and 30 percent of the group are currently working outside their home countries. Members of the class have an average age of 37 and 14.5 years of work experience.
IESE's Global Executive MBA program gives working professionals a solid grasp of fundamental general management topics, along with first-hand exposure to different business cultures through residential modules held in Europe, the U.S. and Asia. The program is specifically designed to fit professionals' schedules, providing a personalized yet highly supportive learning environment.