Why Business Strategy is Vital for MBA Students
MBAStudies has published an article 'Why Business Strategy is Vital for MBA Students'. The article was written in collaboration with EMAS Business School.
Find an opportunity to read it if you are interested in pursuing MBA, Executive MBA, or DBA.
Would you like to learn difference between DBA and PHD programs? – Then watch this short video!
On the way from the present to the desired future: some notes in the margin of the evaluation form
EMAS invites you to Global Autumn Forum 2020! :)
We are glad to announce that EMAS Business School is holding the Autumn Global Forum 2020! This is the second online global forum of EMAS Business School. The forum will be held on November 8, 2020 under the slogan "A Borderless World: Life and Business through the Eyes of Expats".
The difference between MBA, Executive MBA, DBA and Mini-MBA programs. Which one is better to choose?
Official approval of NACBE accreditation of the EMAS Business School programs
On September 24, an open meeting of the Presidium of the National Accreditation Council for Business and Management Education (NACBE) was held, at which the accreditation of the EMAS Business School programs was officially approved.
31 skills that an Executive MBA or DBA graduate must have. What will you learn at the Executive MBA or DBA program? (On the example of Executive MBA and DBA at EMAS)
EMAS has certified one of the leading universities in Cameroon (Africa) for the right to conduct its MBA, Executive MBA and DBA programs
The geography of the MBA, Executive MBA and DBA programs of the Eurasian Management and Administration School (EMAS) is expanding.
EMAS Open Student Webinar
EMAS students have an opportunity to conduct their own webinars. It is not only a chance to practice presentation skills but also an opportunity to find new business contacts and share professional experience!
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EMAS works in its usual regime!
EMAS Business School is going to work next week (in the 'home office' regime)!