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Career Support

TRIUM Career Development support are dedicated to helping TRIUM students and graduates successfully take the next step along their chosen path, or to assist in planning new professional pathways.

Our career development support include activities such as career webinars and professional development events, and give alumni access to world-class executive leadership coaches.

After graduating, TRIUM alumni are able to use the careers services of the three alliance partners. These include career workshops, coaching, job posting boards and access to other useful career resources. The journey below is to give you a flavour of what’s covered, but will depend on your personal experience.

The TRIUM journey

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Prep

Immersion and
Preparation

Online,

Prior to Module #1

Preparatory reading and
Leadership assessments.

Module #1

Business in the Global
Political Economy

See module detail

London,

UK
September 2 Weeks

Between Modules

2 individual assignments. 2 group assignments.

Module #2

Technological Disruption
& Entrepreneurship

See module detail

Silicon Valley,

USA
January 2 Weeks

Between Modules

3 individual assignments. 1 group assignment.

Module #3

Marketing, Leadership
and Advanced Strategy

See module detail

Paris,

Frace
April 2 Weeks

Between Modules

3 individual assignments. 1 group assignment.

Module #4

Strategy and Finance
for Global Executives

See module detail

New York,

USA
June/July 1.5 Weeks

Between Modules

3 individual assignments. 1 group assignment.

Module #5

A Changing Asia in the
Global Marketplace

See module detail

Shanghai,

China
November 1.5 Weeks

Between Modules

3 individual assignments. 1 group assignment.

Module #6

Making it Happen

See module detail

Paris,

France
February 1 Weeks

Graduation

Graduates are awarded the degree of Master of Business Administration (MBA) jointly issued by NYU Stern, LSE, and HEC Paris.

London,

UK
September 1 Weekend

Alumni Module #7

The annual alumni-led module is a highlight of the TRIUM calendar, reconnecting our community to discuss business & political developments.

Learn more

Varying locations

Annually

Lifelong learning

During future TRIUM modules.

See how

Module #1

Kick-off

Formal introduction by Capstone Project Directors to allow students to start thinking of ideas and forming teams.

London,

UK
September

Between Modules

Prepare project idea pitches

Module #2

Idea Generation

Students pitch ideas to the class to start the Darwinian idea marketplace. Teams and base ideas are near final by the end of the module.

Silicon Valley,

USA
January

Between Modules

Project ideas developed

Module #3

Teams Go!

Final Capstone prospectus is approved by the Capstone Project

Paris,

France
April

Between Modules

Project plans created

Module #4

First Progress Report

First informal presentation of project ideas in a closed door environment with the Capstone Project Directors and TRIUM Academics.

New York,

USA
June/July

Between Modules

Business plans developed

Module #5

Live Test Run

Formal live presentation summarising the project is made to classmates.

Shanghai,

China
November

Between Modules

Final presentations prepared

Module #6

Final Presentation

Teams submit their final report and make their formal presentation to the Capstone Board.

Paris,

France
February

Go to Market

Many teams take their Capstone Project beyond the TRIUM
program and successfully take it to market.

See Alumni examples

Module #1

What is leadership?

Our first module looks at what it means to be a leader today. We look at leadership versatility and effectiveness, team work, decision making, and behavioural leadership.

London,

UK
September

Module #2

Leadership and innovation

Module 2’s leadership stream focuses on the role of leadership in innovation, entrepreneurship and design thinking.

Silicon Valley,

USA
January

Module #3

Leadership and trust

We cover the complex issue of trust and leadership, looking both a leader’s capacity to inspire trust, and place trust in others.

Paris,

France
April

Module #4

Developing your style

Each student will complete a Hogan Challenge and FIRO-B Assessment to assess their leadership style and get feedback on areas for development.

New York,

USA
June/July

Module #5

Leadership in Asia

A number of company visits will teach you about global leadership challenges from the perspective of Asian businesses.

Shanghai,

China
November

Module #6

Leadership and Capstone

Leadership is a primary focus of the final module, with sessions on the behavioural basis of leadership, invisible leadership the Leadership Versatility Index (LVI).

Paris,

France
February

Module #1

Business Networking Masterclass

A practical and interactive workshop giving students a clear idea of what you need to do to build relationships with the key people.

London,

UK
September

Between Modules

Leadership coaching

Module #2

Are You Wired to be an Entrepreneur?

Students pitch ideas to the class to start the Darwinian idea marketplace. Teams and base ideas are near final by the end of the module.

Silicon Valley,

USA
January

Between Modules

Career development skills webinars and workshops

Module #3

Non-Executive Director

We examine the importance of NEDs and what they actually do… or should do. We cover the skills, personal attributes and behavior required to be effective in the boardroom.

Paris,

France
April

Between Modules

Individual check ins with Head of Career Development and Alumni Engagement

Module #4

Increase Your Personal Impact and Influence

Students discover how to influence, inspire and motivate people in order to get results and respect!

New York,

USA
June/July

Between Modules

Networking opportunities and TRIUM annual networking events

Module #5

Alumni Networking and Capstone Support

Students have the opportunity to meet TRIUM alumni working in variety of different roles and organizations.

Shanghai,

China
November

Between Modules

Make use of TRIUM’s online career platforms with partnership organisations BlueSteps and Nurole

Module #6

Welcome to the Alumni Community

You are now part of a lifelong global  network of 1,000 members in over 90 countries. This distinguished community also gives you access to the alumni communities of our partner alliance School’s – NYU Stern, LSE and HEC Paris.

Paris,

France
February

TRIUM Leadership Coaches

TRIUM has 22 leadership coaches, handpicked for their extensive executive coaching experience. Based across the globe, they are well equipped to support each TRIUM student with their career objectives and professional development.

 

Coaching sessions are not only for the purpose of seeking a new job but can focus on a range of career management and personal development areas which will be of benefit to your current position in your organisation or future positions. TRIUM students can book coaching appointments throughout the duration of the program.

Natalie Simpson

Head of Career Development and Alumni Engagement

Dedicated support

Natalie Simpson is responsible for building relationships with TRIUM’s 1,000 alumni/students.

She is also responsible for enhancing the alumni experience and providing career management advice and resources for both students and alumni.

Alumni experience

The benefits of TRIUM go beyond just the transformational academic program. By joining our program you will enter a remarkable network of high-achieving global business leaders. The TRIUM Global Executive MBA alumni are among the most qualified and insightful in the international business world.

Swaddy Martin-Leke

Class of 2012

Learning from 3 of the world’s most prestigious business schools placed me at the epicenter of innovative and cutting-edge cross-cultural management. In addition, the multi-site teaching and the permeability between the 3 schools broadened my perspective and helped me think innovatively about solutions to address some of Africa’s critical issues, which are generally complex and cross-disciplinary.

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