About the course
A Global Executive MBA programme by the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and the Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO
Why is it important
The EMBA for Eurasia is a dual degree programme for experienced managers and entrepreneurs from all over the world, who aspire to become the new generation leaders in Eurasia. Graduates will be known across Eurasia for their innovative approaches, superior leadership skills and the ability to leverage best management practices to meet the objectives of their existing and future organizations.
In the 20th century the Eurasian continent existed largely on the maps, and its countries remained just as economically disintegrated as far away from each other geographically.
It is the past decade that saw a fundamental shift in the way that the world sees Eurasia. This is evident in the launch of a large number of new projects and initiatives across the Eurasian continent.
Today, new type of leaders is needed to drive Eurasia’s transformation and the vast opportunities ahead. Those able to foster international projects bridging players with different cultural, economic, religious, technological and political attributes will be the winners.
This is the reason why HKUST and SKOLKOVO Business Schools have partnered, making you а leader of the New Eurasia.
During the 16 months you will attend 19 courses (with two one-month breaks). All the content of the programme is designed around the three key pillars of the programme to equip students with knowledge and skills needed the most in the New Eurasia.
- 1 global trends: eurasia & 4ir
- 2 leadership: personal & institutional
- 3 doing business in russia & cis
- 4 strategic marketing
- 5 financial accounting
- 6 doing business in china & asia
- 7 managerial decision making
- 8 effective negotiation
- 9 data analysis & digital transformation
- 10 general management
- 11 entrepreneurship
- 12 corporate finance
- 13 cultural intelligence for business
- 14 doing business in europe
- 15 global macroeconomics
- 16 operations management
- 17 managerial microeconomics
- 18 corporate governance
- 19 innovation & vc
Throughout 16 months you will work on project based on Eurasia & the 4th Industrial Revolution.
In order to give our students a deep understanding of how to lead and innovate in New Eurasia, the programme takes place in seven destinations, where we partner with the leading business schools.
- Moscow School Of Management Skolkovo
- Hkust Business School
- Tsinghua University School Of Economics And Management
- Indian School Of Business
- University Of California Berkeley
- University Of St. Gallen
- Nazarbayev University
- Tel-aviv University
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