Average Age of admits: 31
Average work experience: 7
International Students: 96%
- Must show leadership.
- Want to see international orientation as demonstrated by working & living outside of home country / international focus in career / knowledge of languages.
- Important to show career progression (promotions).
- Average work experience of admitted students is 7 years.
- Better to apply early.
- School uses outside screeners to check application accuracy.
(4 is highest, 1 is lowest)
|Team Player/Relationship Builder||2|
|Source of career plan/prog choice||2|
|Story is unique||1|
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- Small (90) and highly-international class.
- Intense, little free time.
- Older students with more work experience (min. 3 yrs, avg. 7 yrs).
- Emphasize hands-on, practical learning (“Real World. Real Learning.”)
- Focus on personal leadership development.
- High percentage of graduates take jobs in Industry, as opposed to Consulting or Finance.
- Offers individual leadership coaching with psychologist.
- People with significant work experience.
- People interested in working in Europe.
The average age of students is relatively high, they come with substantial work experience and many graduates turn to industry jobs. The program is very intensive (classes six days a week, and once a month on weekends as well!), emphasizes leadership and experiential learning, and offers students individual leadership coaching by psychologists.
Alumni include the following individuals, with current or past positions in parentheses: Paul Bulcke (CEO of Nestle in Switzerland), Christopher Martin (Founder and CEO of Xenva in the UK), and René Müller (CEO of GMC Software AG in Switzerland).