With its rich, 10 month curriculum, EDHEC Global MBA offers an intense learning experience which has driven it to the top of the charts. The programme is ranked N°3 worldwide in terms of Value for Money (Financial Times 2016), N°3 worldwide for Educational Experience (The Economist 2016) and was recently listed N°15 among the business schools with the best-return on investment (Emolument.com).
The world at your fingertips
In less than a year, you’ll gain tremendous multi-cultural exposure, with contact opportunities with key industry players across the globe. You’ll be joining one of the world’s most internationally diverse MBA classrooms: current session includes participants from 39 different nationalities! Taking advantage of EDHEC’s global footprint, and depending on which of the four specialisation tracks you chose, you’ll find yourself in Singapore, London or the Silicon Valley for your residential seminar. The curriculum also includes a global business trip to South Africa!
A fast track for a transforming experience
The programme is carefully designed to help participants boost their careers within a short timeline. With a methodology largely based on Action Learning, you’ll plunge into real life case studies from businesses across the world and tackle concrete business challenges in your individual project. On a personal development level, you’ll be able to build on your strengths through the CareerSMART Programme, which offers personalised career coaching for each Global MBA participant.
An attractive pricing & scholarship policy
With its short time frame and a tuition at 41 000€, it is no wonder the EDHEC Global MBA is among the top 3 programmes in terms of value for money. What’s more, EDHEC’s transparent scholarship policy offers different scholarships based on merit and excellence - every qualifying student gets a scholarship with a waiver in tuition fee - and provides valuable financial assistance to candidates.
EDHEC Business School is among the first institutions worldwide to be awarded the triple crown: AACSB, EQUIS and the Association of MBAs
In their words…
Javier Garcia Royo EDHEC Global MBA 2016 was a strategy consultant at Accenture based in Madrid and involved in several international projects (Milan, London, Chicago and Mexico), and “wanted to take a year off from work, broaden his perspectives and explore alternative career paths internationally. I spent considerable time researching about the quality of education, potential employers, track specialties, mix of international students, location and value for money, and decided on EDHEC — the choice that was going to maximise my time and money invested.”
Mission accomplished: In the course of the EDHEC Global MBA programme, Javier visited Singapore, met chief executive officers, inspiring entrepreneurs, delivered a project on expansion strategy for a Monaco client in Tanzania, East Africa, and did his MBA internship in business strategy at Nike Football in the Netherlands. He is currently considering several offers for his post MBA career in the sports retail, travel and consulting industries.
For Mark Battcock, native of Canada and EDHEC Global MBA 2012, “I appreciated the fact that the school had high-marks for international diversity and that it ranked well for investment value. The 10-month duration of the programme also ensures that you’re not out of the job market for too long and the scholarship policies were very clear and fair, with the GMAT score being the main factor.” Mark is currently Market and Business Analyst at Calderys*, Paris, France: "EDHEC MBA delivered what I was looking for: a gateway to Europe and an international experience that now serves me to work with people around the globe.” It was through the EDHEC MBA alumni network that he found his internship which led to this position. He now takes his role of alumni to heart, also optimising his return on investment: each year his company offers consulting projects for EDHEC students.
* Calderys, part of Imerys Group, provides refractory solutions across all industries requiring high temperatures, such as iron & steel, foundry, aluminium, cement, incineration, and oil refining.