EMBA Programs worldwide share best practices and network at the EMBAC Conference, the largest EMBA industry event.
The 2017 conference in Seattle offered participants plenty of professional development and networking
2017 EMBAC Conference Sponsors
Emory University’s MBA for Executives
Graduate Management Admission Council®
NYU Stern Executive MBA Program
University of Washington Foster School
Washington State University
Broad College of Business, Michigan State University
MIT Executive MBA
Pepperdine University/Graziadio School of Business and Management
University of Virginia Darden School of Business Executive MBA Program
Vanderbilt Executive MBA Programs
EAE Business School
Kennesaw State University Executive MBA Program
UCLA Anderson School of Management
SMU–Cox School of Business
Chapman University, Argyros School of Business and Economics
Andromeda Simulations International
Austral Education Group S.P.A.
Business Test Methods
Crown International Travel, Inc.
Executive Core, LLC
International Study Programs
Ivy Exec, Inc.
The Washington Campus
Tumlare Corporation, Inc.
WorldStrides Capstone Programs
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Conference RFP: Showcase for member expertise
Plan to share your successes, innovations, and knowledge with colleagues by submitting a proposal for a concurrent session at the 2018 EMBAC Conference. The council generally begins accepting proposals in February for the conference that year.
Visit your member portal for details.
“Our EMBA team has attended the Executive MBA Council conference for more than 15 years, and we place great value on the opportunity to connect with our fellow EMBA colleagues. We send two to four representatives each year so that we can spread ourselves across the many excellent sessions, and have presented as well. We come back each year energized and full of fresh ideas on how we can make our 42-year-old program stronger than ever. The council fosters a shared vision and drive for excellence, and the collegiality we feel is simply outstanding.”
Director of Enrollment, Daniels College of Business
University of Denver