Executive MBA alumni talk about their time in the program as exhilarating, heady, and intense – a time that changes the way they think about leadership, global business, problem solving, and team building. In short, the EMBA experience is a transformational one.
These transformations take both tangible and intangible forms – with intangible benefits helping drive tangible benefits.
On the intangible side, EMBA students are exposed to a wealth of invaluable knowledge that broadens perspectives, helping them become better decision makers. The Executive MBA experience also offers a focus on personal development and leadership, nurturing greater self-awareness that supports personal and professional growth.
On the tangible side, the pluses are clear for EMBA students:.
- Valuable network of peers, fellow business leaders from diverse industries
- Development of global business mindset
- Career growth, often accompanied by increased compensation and greater leadership responsibilities
The 2019-20 EMBAC Student Exit Survey revealed that graduates who responded to the survey reported receiving an 14.1 percent increase in compensation – combined, both salary and bonuses – while in the program. Here’s what the numbers looks like:
$169,269: Salary upon entering EMBA Program*
$193,200: Salary upon leaving EMBA Program*