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GGU's MBA Program Redesigned for Continued Student Success

For more than half a century, GGU has offered an accredited MBA program for the working professional looking to achieve their career goals without changing their schedule. 268 more words

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Strickland Awarded the Sullivan Faculty Award Update

Dr. Lonnie Strickland, John R. Miller Professor of Strategic Management, is the 2016 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Faculty Award honoree. Considered the highest honor The University of Alabama offers. 489 more words

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EMBA Delegation in China

La classe EMBA commence son séjour en Chine à l’ambassade suisse de Pékin. Après un mot d’accueil de l’ambassadeur, les premiers thèmes traités ont concerné le lancement d’une entreprise en Chine et la problématique de la propriété intellectuelle.

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UA EMBAS JOURNEY TO MADRID

This is part three of a four part series on The University of Alabama’s Executive MBA Class of 2016’s international trip to Morocco and Spain from February 27 to March 8, 2016. 912 more words

Alabama EMBA

A MBA from UVA May be the Best Value from the GI Bill Ever

Let me just start with two disclaimers: #1) I’m biased #2) I don’t have actual facts to back up this claim.

This month I was just thinking of how fortunate I feel to be at UVA (which was always a life long dream), but none of it would be possible if not for the Post 9/11 GI Bill. 442 more words

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How my Executive MBA recharged my career

The past 28 months have been the most stressful and exhilarating period of my professional and personal life. In that time, we sold Enguage to Publicis Group… 757 more words

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EMBA Business School Programs That No Longer Require the GMAT or GRE

If you’re applying to a top EMBA program this year (and, if you’ve been out of college for perhaps more than a while) you know the stress of even thinking that you have to take the GMAT or GRE in order to get into a Top Ten  or Ivy League b-school and advance towards your Executive MBA goals.   492 more words

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