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  • DurationHow long it normally takes to complete the program.
    16 months
  • Fee (USD)Cost of tuition fees for full program
    >$120k

EMBA for Eurasia by HKUST & SKOLKOVO Overview

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO business schools are launching a brand new international Executive MBA programme.

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.

Key program features:

  • 2 Executive MBA degrees
  • 7 study destinations at the leading business schools: Russia (SKOLKOVO Business School), China (HKUST Business School), Switzerland (University of St.Gallen), USA (UC Berkeley), Israel (Tel Aviv University), Kazakhstan (Nazarbaev University), Armenia (UWC Dilijan).
  • Focus on New Eurasia and Belt & Road Initiative

Program Highlights

Start Month
Nov
Class Size
40
Avg. Student Age
37
Int'l Students
60%
Scholarship
No
Accreditations
-

Program Locations

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need the programme focused on Eurasian region?

Historically, Eurasia existed more on maps than as a business or investment opportunity at large. There was no common business denominator, no shared integrative narrative, and yet the physical connections between its different regions were haphazard at best, and shared institutions were sorely lacking.

Today, the situation is changing. The regions of Eurasia are in the stage of rapid economic growth and seeking new ties and partnerships. More and more countries are becoming open for international cooperation. SKOLKOVO and HKUST Business Schools feel that a new coherent business space spanning from East in the Pacific to West in the Atlantic, being cushioned by the Artic and the Indian Ocean is coming to its own. Whether one call it New Eurasia, comes to be - rapidly developing, open to cooperation and promising enormous potential for fast business expansion.