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Partnerships

A Powerful Alliance

The Global CEO Program is led by three world-renowned business schools: IESE Business School, Wharton School and China Europe International Business School (CEIBS). Through the collective knowledge of expert faculty members from three continents, participants gain invaluable insights into global markets.

IESE Business School
    IESE Business School
    IESE Business School is one of the world's most international business schools, with campuses in Europe and New York City and offices in Sao Paulo and Munich. Founded in 1958, IESE Business School seeks to develop business leaders with solid business skills, a global mindset and a desire to make a positive impact on society. The school launched its MBA program in 1964 under the guidance of an advisory committee set up by Harvard Business School. Consistently ranked among the world's top business schools, IESE Business School takes a personalized approach to management education. IESE's alumni network is one of the world's most active, with more than 45,000 graduates working in over 100 countries. IESE Business School is an initiative of Opus Dei, a personal prelature of the Roman Catholic Church. As such, the school draws its values from the Christian tradition, which emphasizes the intrinsic rights and dignity of every person.
The Wharton School
    The Wharton School
    The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania - founded in 1881 as the first collegiate business school - is recognized globally for intellectual leadership and ongoing innovation across every major discipline of business education. With eleven academic departments, including Finance, Wharton is considered among the most comprehensive sources of business knowledge in the world because it is able to bridge research and practice through its broadengagement with the global business community. With four areas of specialization - Banking and Financial Institutions, Corporate Finance, Financial Instruments and Portfolio Management, and International Finance - Wharton's Finance faculty is at the forefront of today's research. The school has more than 4,800 undergraduate, MBA, executive MBA and doctoral students, more than 9,000 annual participants in executive education programs, and an alumni network of more than 88,000 graduates in over 140 countries.
CEIBS
    China Europe International Business School (CEIBS)
    The China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) was established in Shanghai in 1994. CEIBS is an international-caliber institution that provides business management and executive education through its MBA, EMBA and Executive Education programs. It offers to MBA students, and managers and senior executives of companies operating in, or planning to enter China the latest knowledge and a thorough understanding of current practices in international management and helps participants successfully adapt this knowledge to their own business environment. Clearly focused on knowledge creation in China rather than importing pre-packaged information from elsewhere, CEIBS' 100-plus professors each provide in-depth insight on China and a truly global perspective. CEIBS has become the leading business school in China, and its MBA, EMBA and Executive Education programs have all been ranked among the top 3 in Asia and the top 50 globally.

Contact

Luis F. Casas
Program Co-Director