Global Executive MBA

Hult International Business School
En City of London (Inglaterra), Boston (Estados Unidos) yDubai (Emiratos Árabes Unidos) y 1 sede más.

£ 26.400 - (31.453 )
IVA inc.

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  • MBA
  • En 4 sedes
  • Duración:
    3 Years
  • Cuándo:
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Descripción

Core courses form the backbone of your Executive MBA curriculum. You will study them throughout modules 1 & 2. The classes have been carefully designed and sequenced to build knowledge, skills, and competencies in financial, strategic, and management areas.

Earn a part-time degree while working full-time in as little as 18 months with 21 days out of the office.

Curriculum highlights
Our innovative curriculum allows you to enhance your core business knowledge, improve your leadership skills, and experience business culture in multiple global cities – all with as few as 21 days out of the office over 18 months.

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Instalaciones y fechas

Dónde se imparte y en qué fechas

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Boston
Massachusetts, Estados Unidos
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City of London
London, Inglaterra
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Dubai
Dubai, Emiratos Árabes Unidos
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Shanghai
Shanghai, China
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Business Administration
Accounting
Economics
International Marketing
International
Business model
Financing Services
Economics Science
Managerial Economics
Marketing Analysis
Marketing Research
Financial auditing
MBA

Temario

Accounting
Students will examine the framework of accounting principles, both U.S. and international, emphasizing revenue and expense recognition, valuation of assets and liabilities, financial statement analysis, management communication, and the use of accounting to measure, analyze, and report economic events for internal organizational purposes. The course will help managers better understand how internal and external financial reports are prepared, and how the information can be organized and presented for decision-making purposes.

Business and Global Society
This course explores the economic, social, and political context of business. It identifies and addresses the institutional frameworks that shape the wider context of business, including regulatory regimes and social norms that represent both opportunities and constraints for corporate actors. There will be a special focus on defining and understanding the meaning, importance, and implications of social responsibility for all stakeholders in the global economy. Students will learn to articulate ideas and engage others in controversial, topical debates. They will also consider how organizations and managers have come to terms with ideological conflicts in the global system in their actions and decisions.

Financial Management
This course is designed to develop the financial skills and logical thought processes necessary to understand and discuss financial policy decisions in a global economy. Specific objectives include developing an understanding of the time value of money, using financial statements in decision-making, understanding the nature of financial markets, the cost of capital, valuation of stocks and bonds, management of short-term assets, short-term and long-term financing, lease financing, capital markets, multinational financial management, and special topics in financial management. The course also addresses the impact of legal, social, technological, and ethical considerations on efficient economic outcomes.

Global Operations
This course addresses one of the major functions of the organization— the delivery of goods and services to meet customer demand. Students will develop an understanding of operations management in both service and manufacturing organizations, with an emphasis on international operations. Topics include the functions and roles of operations managers, how operations relates to and works with other functions in the organization, and how to carefully execute operations strategy.

Global Strategy
The objective of this course is to help students develop a deep understanding of the challenges top management in today’s corporations face when implementing corporate and global strategy. Executives face the challenge of constant change both in global industry as well as in their own backyard. The solutions that they have to define represent a delicate balance between adapting strategic thinking to their business realities and implementing attitudes that are essential to motivating their teams.

International Marketing
This course covers the processes involved in the creation, communication, pricing, and distribution of products. It takes a managerial perspective, exposing students to the tasks and decisions faced by marketing managers, including target market selection, competitive positioning, and the formulation of product, pricing, communications, and distribution strategies. The course places particular emphasis on international marketing contexts.
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Managerial Economics
This course studies the analytical foundations (objective definition, marginal analysis and optimization, elasticity analysis, cost analysis, applied game theory, etc.) that are essential to address key issues in competitive strategy, marketing strategy, and related fields in a rigorous way in order to make better decisions. The course focuses on (1) companies’ strategic decision-making problems; (2) their available options; and (3) how the competitive environment affects their performance.

Información adicional

To help you understand the main costs involved, we have broken down the program fees in each of our global locations. Costs are given in local currency.

There is a non-refundable 150USD application fee payable for all campuses.

Annual program fees in local currency*
London  GBP26,400
Boston  USD42,500
Dubai  AED141,000
Shanghai  USD37,500

Does not include USD150 application fee

Note the Hult Executive MBA program is a 2-year program and the fees above are annual fees. Please note that the program fee is the same whether the degree is completed in 18 months or two years.