“Professionally graduating from EMIB has allowed me to develop and pursue higher career opportunities within my company on a global level,” said Andy Quirin, EMIB Class of 2011 and a professional at Monsanto.
St. Louis, Missouri (PRWEB) April 24, 2014
The new format – with one required class on campus each month and a second class virtually delivered or attended on campus – makes the executive Master of International Business (EMIB) at Saint Louis University's John Cook School of Business available to the busiest managers, even those with travel schedules. EMIB students will benefit from the cohort group setting and the intensive weekend format with a strong team emphasis. There are extensive networking opportunities through alumni events, guest speakers, and the Cook School’s long-standing connections with regionally-based, global companies. And the program has been recognized repeatedly by U.S. News & World Report, which has ranked the SLU international business graduate program in the top 20.
“Professionally graduating from EMIB has allowed me to develop and pursue higher career opportunities within my company on a global level,” said Andy Quirin, EMIB Class of 2011 and a professional at Monsanto. “On a personal level, graduating from EMIB has given me a more well-rounded global knowledge and perspective in both business and culture.”
"Our EMIB program is designed for working managers who prefer to attend school on Saturdays,” said Seung H. Kim, Ph.D., director of the Boeing Institute of International Business. “The program combines class sessions and virtual distance learning experiences to deliver a high quality degree, with the flexibility professionals require."
Each month, prospective students are invited to one of the EMIB in-person Information Sessions or on-line webinars to learn more about the program, as well as hear from alumni and faculty. For more information and to register for an upcoming date, visit emib.slu.edu or call 314-977-3839.
About the Boeing Institute of International Business
The Boeing Institute of International Business was launched in 1984, making the Saint Louis University business school a pioneer in international business education. For nearly 30 years, the Institute has offered academic and professional programs to develop skilled future global leaders, strengthen the competencies of current business professionals, and advance the field’s research base. The undergraduate and graduate programs are continually ranked in the top 20 by U.S. News & World Report. For more information about the Boeing Institute of International Business, visit: biib.slu.edu or call 314-977-3898.