Is the Henley Flexible Executive MBA the best option for me?
If you are interested in ROI, this programme is ideal for you and for your company. In this programme, you will be delivering 9 business focused assignments and a final research project during your studies. These assignments are based on your choice of important business challenges for your company. The Flexible Executive MBA (EMBA) is ideal if you are working full-time in a demanding managerial position and want more flexibility.
What could be the ROI of my studies to my employer?
In the Henley Flexible EMBA, the company can already create a high ROI during the programme. A typical MBA sequence begins with a workshop of 2-3 days, followed by a self-study period including an assignment to be worked on within your company. By installing an internal process that runs parallel to the module sequence, the company can substantially improve the ROI.
What could be the ROI of my studies for me?
In the Henley Flexible EMBA, you will write 9 individual assignments on different real-life business topics. These projects are showcases of your personal capability to deliver results leading to a significant increase in your professional knowledge.
Where are the workshops held?
Most of the workshops are held in the Helsinki city centre, supported by some workshops at Henley’s unforgettable Greenlands campus in the UK and one in Munich, Germany.
How is this programme invoiced?
The tuition fee policy in this programme is favourable for the student and for the sponsoring company. Invoicing follows the study schedule and can be divided into six instalments.
What is the difference between MBA and Executive MBA?
Master of Business Administration (MBA) is an internationally-recognised degree designed to develop the skills required for your career in business and management. The MBA programme consists of subjects such as finance, marketing, international business, operations and leadership, as well as elective courses of your own interests.
Most of the high-quality MBA degrees are designed and delivered by business schools and Universities. The quality of a business school can be evaluated by the number of international accreditations (AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS). High-quality business schools generally require that candidates have at least a few years of professional work experience before starting an MBA programme.
Executive MBA (EMBA) programmes are mostly part-time programmes. The content is designed for executives with several years of managerial experience.
How many hours do the studies require per week?
Typically, 12-15 hours per week, whenever suitable for you.
Is it possible to take a study break?
Yes, it is possible to take up to 5 years break during the studies.