What would you like to know about studying an Executive MBA?
During November, you had the possibility to ask our brand ambassador Juho Toivola questions about studying an Executive MBA (EMBA). We have selected five questions, which Juho will answer in the videos below:
Question 1: Are the EMBA modules only about economics/business administration?
Question 2: What people did you meet while studying?
Question 3: How to balance EMBA studies with work and family?
Question 4: Why is the detailed content of EMBA course modules not available?
Question 5: What kind of things are discussed in the course modules and what have you learned?
You can follow Juho’s EMBA journey through weekly updates with the hashtag #JuhoGoesEMBA on LinkedIn.
If you would like to learn more about the Henley EMBA:
One of the key sets of skills that are strengthened during the Henley EMBA journey are research skills. These are particularly necessary in the composition of the final thesis. But what is the work life relevance of academic research skills? How can I benefit from the research experience in my everyday work?
The EMBA programme in general and the Personal Development module has been a great opportunity to constructively challenge my views and beliefs about myself. I’ve found myself increasingly disagreeing with some identity labels that I previously considered useful and accurate.
I’m a professional trainer and most of my training is one day courses. During my Henley EMBA studies I’ve had a chance to compare the delivery and impact of my shorter training to the longer training programs that Henley provides. This post serves as a reflection about those differences.