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Nov. 09

Competition for BMI 4-Continent Executive MBA class XIX peaks at almost 2 executive applicants per seat

50 executives start BMI 4-Continent Executive MBA class XIX today. Managers from Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland, Switzerland will upgrade their management skills and knowledge with the BMI international faculty from 13 leading business schools worldwide.

 “The uniqueness of the BMI 4-Continent Executive MBA programme has drawn extremely high attention among executives and business owners this year. Almost 2 executive applicants competed for a single seat at the BMI Executive Class XIX and the most successful ones passed a rigorous admissions and selection process of the BMI International Recruitment Committee. New BMI students include business owners, top and senior level managers with an average age of 36 years and 9 years of average management experience. BMI’s 4-Continent Executive MBA gives an opportunity to upgrade business management skills, share non-searchable know-how in an international environment and make new business connections across 4 continents.” Jaunius Pusvaškis, BMI Director General said.

 The BMI 4-Continent Executive MBA combines the strengths of six leading international business schools to offer premium education opportunities for experienced executives including HEC Paris (France), NHH Norwegian School of Economics (Norway), Louvain School of Management (Belgium), Vytautas Magnus University (Lithuania), Shanghai Jiao Tong University (China) and Tulane University Freeman Business School (USA).

 The BMI Executive MBA, started in 1999, is accredited by the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD). It’s the 1st programme in CEE & Nordic region to earn full 5-year EPAS Accreditation.