Rochester-Bern Executive MBA - Rochester-Bern Executive Programs, Bern
Rochester-Bern Executive Programs
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Profil der Hochschule
Rochester-Bern Executive Programs is a foundation based on the longstanding cooperation between the Simon Business School at the University of Rochester (NY, USA) and the Institut für Finanzmanagement of the University of Bern (Switzerland). The collaboration started with the Rochester-Bern Executive MBA in 1994 and has been extended to company-specific programs and seminars. Clients include companies such as SBB, Berner Kantonalbank, Fresenius Medical Care and UBS Wealth Management. Degree courses as for example the CAS in General Management for Board of Directors or further education in Banking and Finance in cooperation with the Swiss Finance Institute (SFI) round off the versatile, high-quality offering of Rochester-Bern. Since 1966, the Simon Business School is accredited AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).
Besonderheiten der Studiengänge
Dual Degree: The Rochester-Bern Executive MBA allows participants to earn an international MBA degree from an accredited, leading U.S. business school (Simon Business School, University of Rochester) as well as a national EMBA degree from a distinguished Swiss university (Universität Bern).
Participants: Candidates are mid or senior-level managers with the potential for taking on increased responsibilities within their organizations. They have an academic or equivalent educational background and several years of management experience. Within their positions, they have demonstrated leadership and team qualities, are able to set priorities, and are fluent in English.
Content: The general management program provides a holistic understanding of all aspects of business and the interconnections between them; courses are well-integrated and grounded in economic principles. Throughout the program, participants develop their personality and leadership skills.
Format: The program begins in February or October and takes 15 months. Participants meet biweekly in Switzerland on Fridays and Saturdays from February to July. In September, there is an intense four-week summer session at the Simon Business School in Rochester (USA). From October to February of the following year, participants meet in Switzerland every three weeks for three-day blocks (Thurs - Sat). They can choose between two international trips of one week (either in the first year or the second year).
- Thun, Switzerland
- Rochester, USA (four-week block)
- International trip (one-week block)
Faculty: Rochester-Bern builds on an open architecture and works with outstanding professors from well-known Business Schools world-wide who combine impressive achievements in academia with extensive business experience and didactic excellence.
Accreditation: The Simon Business School has been fully accredited by the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) International since 1966.
Program fees can be supported by a scholarship: www.rochester-bern.ch/scholarships
|Name des Programms||Rochester-Bern Executive MBA|
|Schwerpunkt/Vertiefung - Kategorie||Management, Betriebswirtschaft; Leadership, HR, Entrepreneur, Unternehmensführung|
|Schwerpunkt/Vertiefung - individuelle Bezeichnung||General Management|
|Form des Programms||Executive|
|Start des Programms||Februar oder Oktober|
|Dauer des Programms||15 Monate|
|Gesamte Programmkosten in Euro||70.000|
|Einschreibe-/Bewerbungsgebühren in Euro||6.000|
|Letzter Anmeldetag||30.11. (Feb) / 30.07. (Okt)|
|1. Hochschulabschluss erforderlich||nein, Ausnahmen möglich|
|Zulassungstest erforderlich||nein, 2 Interviews, Bewerbungsunterlagen|
|Sprachtest erforderlich||nein, Interview in Englisch|
|Referenzen erforderlich||ja, 2|
|Jährlich zugelassene Studenten||40|
|Fremdsprachenanteil in %||51-100|
|Durchschnittliches Alter der Studenten||38|
|Internationale Studenten in %||29|
|Minimale Berufserfahrung in Jahren (bei Zulassung)||5|
|Durchschn. Berufserfahrung in Jahren||15|
|Anteil Männer/Frauen in %||77/23|
|Absolventen seit Beginn||900|
|Case Study (in %)||30|
|Vorlesungen (in %)||40|
|Andere (in %)||30|
|Akkreditierung||AACSB, (Simon Business School)|