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Take your place as a global business leader with the TRIUM Global Executive MBA.

Delivered jointly by three of the world’s leading business and management schools, we offer you a unique and transformational opportunity to develop world-class strategic business skills, open your mind to fundamentally new global perspectives, and maximise your impact as a future-focused and visionary leader.

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Program at a Glance

Module locations Curriculum and locations

1 London

Business in the Global Political Economy

2 California

Technological Disruption and Entrepreneurship

3 Paris

Marketing and Corporate Strategy

4 New York

Strategy and Finance for Global Executives

5 Shanghai

Changing Asia in the Global Marketplace

6 Paris

Making It Happen

Class of 2019 Class profiles

Average
age
40
Average
years
experience
16
Average
class size
65
Average
number of
nationalities
28
  • 33% Europe
  • 18% North America
  • 11% Africa
  • 23% Asia
  • 8% Middle East
  • 5% Latin America
  • 2% Oceania

Program snapshot

  • 18 Months
  • 6 Onsite modules
  • 500 Classroom hours
  • 1 Capstone project
  • 33%
  • 18%
  • 11%
  • 23%
  • 8%
  • 5%
  • 2%
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Admissions

Deadline for applications:

30 June 2019

For program to start in September 2019

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Meet TRIUM Sessions

03 Jun

Brazil

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12 Jun

Luxembourg

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21 Jun

Paris

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Rankings

  • #2 overall Executive MBA
  • #1 in international experience
  • #1 in work experience

Testimonials

Pavlina Marinova

I returned from TRIUM with the knowledge, the confidence, a new view and courage

Pavlina Marinova TRIUM Class of 2009
Tina Taylor

I can see how being part of TRIUM has transformed me as a person and a global leader and thinker

Tina Taylor TRIUM Class of 2015

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