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EXECUTIVE MBA SALARIES RISE DESPITE COVID-19 IMPACT

MOLLY INNES

“Despite a year of unprecedented challenges that have impacted the global economy and workforce, the investment in an Executive MBA continues to be valuable to both students and companies.”

ONLINE LEARNING, WOMEN SEEKING EXECUTIVE MBAS RISE

CHRIS BURT

“Despite the challenges brought about by the current global pandemic, the value of EMBA programs has never been higher,” said Desiderio. “Executive MBA programs equip students with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate times of uncertainty. And while working professional education programs have certainly been impacted by the coronavirus, the amount of inquiries, completed applications received, and applications accepted have trended slightly upward since 2016.”

EXECUTIVE MBA ALUMNI FIND ADVANTAGE IN TOUGH JOB MARKETS

JONATHAN MOULES

“Michael Desiderio, executive director at Embac, the Executive MBA Council, is bullish about the job prospects for EMBA graduates, even during the economic turmoil created by the pandemic. He advises graduates to think about the skills they have obtained in management as a key differentiator in the market.”

MAKE TIME FOR PROFESSIONAL GROWTH

MICHAEL DESIDERIO

“Whether pre-COVID, post-COVID, or even now during COVID-active times, EMBA students interact with each other throughout the programme, enabling them to improve their teamwork skills, their leadership acumen, and build a valuable network they can tap into for years after they graduate.”

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