Offering you among the world's most prestigious EMBA programmes

The Council's member school EMBA programmes.

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The Trinity Executive MBA is a two year part time immersive programme designed to challenge your thinking and realise your potential, while fitting in with your schedule.
ESSEC GMBA and EMBA programmes.PNG
Warwick Business School EMBA
IE Business School Executive MBA
Keio Business School EMBA
Fudan EMBA

The Council on Business & Society currently hosts 8 member schools: ESSEC Business School, FGV-EAESP, School of Management Fudan University, IE Business School, Keio Business School, Stellenbosch Business School, Trinity College Dublin Business School, and Warwick Business School. 

Their campuses provide executive education programmes in Paris, Cergy, São Paulo, Shanghai, Madrid, Yokohama, Cape Town, Rabat, Singapore, London, Dublin, and Coventry. Their executive MBAs count among the world’s highest ranked in terms of academic quality, operational effectiveness and career prospects. Partnering with other leading business schools and universities, the Council’s member schools offer a truly international bouquet of EMBAs with courses delivered across the five continents.


Looking for a career change, a boost in your leadership skills or simply convinced that you have potential? The Council's EMBAs open you up to unbound opportunity. 

You think you have potential. An EMBA makes the picture that much bigger.

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