IMM Global Executive MBA
The IMM program is an advanced executive program designed for experienced professionals who seek to obtain an MBA degree while maintaining their full-time job responsibilities. The collaborative effort of top leading international business schools around the world makes IMM a truly international program. Students benefit from the global student body, faculty and residential sessions.
The Partner Schools:
- Krannert Graduate School of Management, Purdue University, USA
- Tias School for Business and Society, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
- CEU Business School, Central European University, Hungary
- College of Management and Economics, Tianjin University, China
- EBAPE School of Administration, FGV, Brazil
Flexible Schedule for Global Working Executives:
The IMM Program spans a 19-month period, beginning with a one-week orientation (Program Launch) in March of the first year. It is distinctive in that the subsequent instructional sessions are concentrated into five two-week residential periods, rather than following the evening or alternating-weekend class schedule format which is typical of traditional Executive MBA programs. This schedule makes it possible for participants to be drawn from around the world, and it eliminates the problem of potential interruptions in their education for participants who experience job transfers during the program.
Holistic Learning Approach:
The program focuses on analytical techniques that are immediately applicable to the participant's work setting. Case studies and on-the-job managerial situations are key components. Learning and team work is continued off-campus through synchronized and unsynchronized Internet technology between students and faculty.
Two MBA degrees:
When you complete the program, you will receive two master's degrees: an MBA from Purdue and an MBA from one of the European partner schools. The program is fully accredited by the AACSB International (Association for the Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business).
The last biennial rankings by The Economist in 2015 have put the program #51 globally, #15 in Europe and #1 in CEE.