Monash Business School has a strong network of partnerships with universities and business schools worldwide. By promoting the exchange of faculty, researchers and students, Monash connects with leading global institutions and ideas. The Global Executive MBA program involves intensive study modules based at top business schools in Europe, Asia and America, where professors and industry experts share their expertise and market knowledge with the class.
One of the core values of Monash is its research and development relationships with Australian industry. The international business consulting projects on the Global Executive MBA program in advanced manufacturing, life sciences and digital transformation involve close collaboration with business partners.
In the international modules, Monash Global Executive MBA program participants will study at leading business schools in Europe, Asia and America.
INSEAD is consistently ranked among the world’s best business schools. With strong business connections and campuses in Europe (France), Asia (Singapore) and the Middle East (Abu Dhabi), it is regarded as a truly global institution. INSEAD’s reputation for leadership in global business teaching and research is renowned.
China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) is based in Shanghai and has campuses in Beijing, Zurich and Accra. Co-founded by the Chinese government and the European Union, CEIBS runs multiple MBA, Executive MBA and executive education programs; its MBA is ranked No. 1 in Asia by the Financial Times.
The New York University Stern School of Business was established in 1900, and is one of the most prestigious business schools in the world. Located in NYU’s Greenwich Village campus, its business network and alumni include leading executives and corporations. Stern’s EMBA and MBA feature in the top-ranked programs globally.