Time to think and time to act
An EMBA Program requires a commitment of time and resources, and preparing for your EMBA experience involves making decisions about whether that commitment is right for you and which EMBA Program best meets your needs.
As a staring point, learn more about the key questions to ask. Then start thinking about evaluating programs, narrowing the field, financing your EMBA education, planning to take necessary tests, and gathering what you need for admissions consideration.
Executive MBA Programs set their own admissions processes and requirements, but most evaluate applicants on the following criteria:
- Professional experience and scope of responsibilities
- Academic records
- Professional recommendations
- Demonstrated ability to accomplish graduate-level business course work
- Career goals
EMBA Programs host onsite or virtual information sessions for prospective students to discover more about their programs. They also require completion of the application form, and, in most cases, an interview.