Yesterday MIT Sloan announced in a press release the launch of its new Executive MBA Program, a rigorous part-time, 20-month program for high-potential executives.

The program is designed to expand their management capabilities and increase their impact on their organization and the world at large. This personal, business, and global advancement will be made possible by the group's participation in four eight-day learning modules and 26 weekend sessions that will focus on collaboration, interdisciplinary learning, building peer bonds, and leadership. Students will also participate in Global Organizations Lab (GO-Lab) a week-long action learning course that will further work on team building.

Furthermore, says MIT Sloan Dean David Schmittlein, [s]tudents in the MBA for Executives Program will gain a competitive edge though MIT Sloan's deep expertise in global leadership, innovation, and the science of management, while building a diverse business network that facilitates cross-industry learning.

Applicants to the MBA for Executives Program must have at least ten years of work experience and must exhibit a combination of functional expertise, innovation, global perspective, and leadership performance. The deadline for the first cohort is August 15, 2010. For more information about admissions requirements, please see the MIT Sloan EMBA Application Process and Timeline.

The first class is planned to begin in October 2010 with about 60 current or rising executives.

If you are considering MIT Sloan's new EMBA program and would like guidance in strategizing and composing a winning application, contact Accepted today at 310-815-9553, or drop us a note here.

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