“The U.S. is a dream market for many businesses and it’s something you have to experience, not just hear about. Interacting with American executives and professors was a valuable way to see how they think and solve problems. In fact, the module at Tulane also included top managers from a list of other countries on various continents. After that, you start seeing more options and opportunities.”
“This EMBA combines international professors and very good organization of learning process by BMI managers. Another strong point is a high level of classmates from diversified industries with lots of experience in different fields. I willingly give BMI my best recommendations.”
“China is a major player in the world economy plus a major consumer market, and that’s something any international business leader needs to be familiar with. Getting a first-hand touch of China’s impressive size and pace of change, as well as its cultural specifics, was impressive and useful. Traveling with fellow students was also a great opportunity to really get to know each other well.”
“Executives will be provided with an opportunity to see firsthand one of the most resource-rich countries in the world and increase their knowledge of emerging Brazilian market.”
"My decision to participate in this module in Charlotte was influenced by finding out that the city is very attractive for foreign investors. The fact that Charlotte is the second largest finance center in the US got my attention. It was a great experience visting the companies and gathering further knowledge about their business."
|NEW DELHI||Anastasija KARGINA
CEO, Toi Toi, Latvia
“The India Immersion Programme took us to three cities on the subcontinent, with many company visits, expert lectures and cultural outings. This huge market is largely unknown to many people. Like the entire EMBA, it was an exhilarating and mind-charging journey. After being in business for more than 12 years, I came to BMI to broaden my horizons. I couldn’t have asked for more.”
“BMI chose a perfect venue and just the right partners for the module on German Business and Industrie 4.0. On site in Frankfurt we got an intense direct experience of how technology is revolutionizing business and able to generate a detectable value added. We saw how several industry leaders are dealing with related challenges and generating gainful opportunities. Lots of interaction, information and as well a bit of social and cultural experience, too. Grateful!”
„As a BMI EMBA student, I was able to join the Innovation Management course for executives at Aalto University Business School in Helsinki. It included visits to companies and a research centre. I was inspired by the energy of the other participants and the professors. The module really opened my eyes to how multinationals deal with innovation. Companies have to encourage their people to push boundaries, think creatively and be pioneers in order to keep competitive edge. Innovation is much broader than just new products: it's also processes, systems, HR and finance. I think it's the key factor for a company's growth.“
“I chose to take marketing at WUT Business School. The course itself covered both classic principles and current trends, plus we were able to share experience with the managers in WUT’s EMBA programme and with BMI alumni who took part. Modules abroad further broaden your professional vision and let you spend more time with colleagues and get to know people better.”
“The mobility module at St. Petersburg GSOM was a very positive experience with an excellent professor and highly relevant, up-to-date cases. Group work, especially, offered valuable direct interaction with executives of the Russian EMBA programme. I’m glad to have had this opportunity.”
* BMI EMBA students travelled more than 1 million kilometres for BMI EMBA modules and courses during studies.