The UB Business School welcomed 16 new students to the Executive MBA (EMBA) programme this year. Most of them come from America (67%), and Europe (33%). Altogether, there are 16 nationalities represented in this class where the average age is 33 years old. This diverse group of people will now pursue a face-to-face programme taught over a single academic year, which provides professionals with a broad point of view in management, business managerial skills and techniques in the current competitive, increasingly changing and complex environment.

Students enrolled on the EMBA typically have an average of 8 of years previous professional experience and they have an undergraduate degree in Business (48%), Engineering (39%), Health (9%) or Others (4%).

The programme directors, Dr Xavier Garcia and Dr Laura Guitart welcomed the new class of the EMBA on September 16th. During this session, students received guidance on the programme as well as all resources and services offered by the university.