February 17, 2011

EMBA-Global Celebrates 10 Years

When EMBA-Global launched in 2001, it was the first Executive MBA program to combine the expertise of two leading business schools — Columbia Business School and London Business School — in an equal partnership.


On January 20, more than 150 alumni, students, and faculty members gathered together to celebrate the 10th anniversary of EMBA-Global, the Executive MBA program for globally focused executives and managers that is consistently ranked among the best Executive MBA programs in the world.

When EMBA Global launched in 2001, it was the first Executive MBA program to combine the expertise of two leading business schools — Columbia Business School and London Business School — in an equal partnership. In 2008, EMBA-Global expanded to include Asia with the addition of the University of Hong Kong as a third partner.

Speakers at the reception, which took place at New York’s Opia Restaurant and Lounge, included Amir Ziv, vice dean and Samberg faculty director at Columbia Business School; Diane Morgan, associate dean of London Business School; and Janet Rossbach, director of alumni relations at Columbia Business School.

A second reception commemorating the program’s milestone will take place in London on October 12, 2011, prior to the School’s Pan-European Reunion October 14-16, 2011.

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