For the year 2019-2020, the executive MBA is no longer recruiting students.
IMT-BS will launch a new executive program in a few months.
Institut Mines-Telecom Business School’s Executive MBA has been designed for high-potential managers and innovative project holders with at least 5 years full-time professional/managerial work experience.
This distinctive world-class programme is tailored to the demands of working professionals whose ambition is to become a Digital Manager or Digital Entrepreneur capable of creating and managing organisations in a disrupted world. This is a part-time programme, which means you’ll be able study for an executive MBA whilst pursuing your existing role.
The Leading Transformation in a Digital World EMBA offers participants an inclusive and interactive format involving seminars, workshops, visits, debates and international field trips, etc.
The EMBA has been designed around three core themes to accelerate your future career:
The last fifteen years has seen a range of important disruptions shake up major companies, changing the rules of the game and rattling their value chains. 50% of the biggest business organisations as we know them today will have disappeared by 2030, whilst new forms of open, decentralized and digital organisations will have been created. To adapt to this paradigm shift, businesses will need agile leaders and managers who understand these new trends and who master the tools required to transform themselves and rethink organisations.
The Leading Transformation in a Digital World EMBA develops the leaders and managers of today and tomorrow.
Our EMBA offers a highly personalised learning experience giving you the opportunity to fully benefit from three key features:
In recognition of our work, Institut Mines-Telecom Business School and its Executive MBA programme have received international awards from the most influential business school accreditation bodies.Institut Mines-Telecom Business School is accredited by the leading American business school body AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), which distinguishes business schools for the quality of their management courses. Among the 796 Business School accredited by AACSB world-wide, 22 French business schools have been granted this kitemark of excellence