AMS EMBA launches new partnership
On Tuesday, December 20th our Dean, Prof. dr. Steven De Haes, and the Rector of Almaty Management University, Prof. dr. Gulnura Kurenkeyeva, signed an agreement for the launch of a new international Executive MBA in Kazakhstan.
With this master program, the Graduate School of Business (GSB) AlmaU and Antwerp Management School offer managers in Kazakhstan and Central Asia a top-notch learning journey with intensive international immersive learning experiences and practical applications of the world's best management business-practices. The advanced international management program will form one cohort with the EMBA from AMS in Antwerp and will join the Antwerp group on immersive modules at leading business schools on 4 continents; the MIT Center for Transport & Logistics, Singapore Management University, the American University in Cairo and of course Antwerp Management School.
Both institutions share equal values and aim to have a positive impact on society, which is shown in their respective aligned missions and core values. The first group of this program will start in October 2023 and will last till August 2025. We expect an enthusiastic EMBA group with experienced managers and top managers from local and multinational companies, located and operating in Kazakhstan and Central Asia, or active in the European market, and aspiring to pursue an international career. Upon graduation, the participants will receive diplomas of Executive Master in Business Administration from the Graduate School of Business AlmaU and Antwerp Management School.
Graduate School of Business AlmaU is a leading business school in Kazakhstan and Central Asia with the MBA programs portfolio accredited by the Association of MBA’s (AMBA, UK) and by the Business Graduates Association (BGA, UK). The School is awarded “4 Palmes of Excellence” by Eduniversal (France) and its MBA and EMBA programs are the only in CIS ranked in QS business rankings.
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