TRIUM EMBA

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TRIUM Global Executive MBA[1] program is an alliance between NYU Stern School of Business, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and HEC School of Management, Paris. The Financial Times EMBA rankings 2010[2] has TRIUM listed at #2 in the world.

Overview[edit]

Launched in 2001, the TRIUM program is designed to meet the business-learning needs of today's entrepreneurial and globally minded senior-level executives. TRIUM draws on the specific strengths of each of the three alliance universities to deliver a tailor-made international curriculum that combines rigorous global business curriculum with a unique socio-economic and socio-political context.

Academics[edit]

The TRIUM program takes place over 16 months, including 10 weeks out of the office. Modules take place for two weeks each in London, New York, Paris, and one week each in two emerging markets.

Students receive an MBA issued jointly by the three universities.

Students also have access to resources at all three schools and are members of each school's alumni networks.

Students[edit]

The student profile of the recent 2010 class is made up of 65 global executives, whose average age is 40 and who have 15 years of work experience. The students represent more than 30 nationalities, and work in a broad range of industries.

Professors[edit]

Professors who teach and have taught in the TRIUM program are from the three alliance schools. They include:

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