How to get the most out of your stay in Bulgaria?
Earn an US accredited EMBA while working in the country
Have you ever considered that while living in Sofia you can also enrich your experience by attending an Executive MBA program? You may not think of Sofia as the "first stop" for an EMBA, but, it actually hosts the best program within the region - the Executive MBA Program at the American University in Bulgaria (AUBG).
AUBG was established 22 years ago to provide American-style liberal arts education in this region. "It is the same kind of institution you can find in the United States.", says Michael Easton, AUBG President. Ten years ago, it began its EMBA Program in Sofia at the Elieff Center. This accredited graduate education program is aligned closely with today's business environment and offers you the chance to work with other managers and executives to study and explore the challenges facing today's senior managers in a global context. You can test your ideas against those of experts and learn from the experiences of actual businesses and your fellow EMBA students.
AUBG EMBA graduates are among the most prominent leaders of the Bulgarian economy. Each day, they influence the business climate of the country by applying the knowledge they gathered from the program. Studying at AUBG is a life- and career-shaping experience and its graduates are among a large number of alumni who work throughout the world in top organizations, governments and NGOs. Some of EMBA alumni shared their greatest take-aways of the AUBG EMBA program:
The EMBA program is a sixteen month degree program. Classes are held twice a month during the weekends at Elieff Center in Sofia. If you want to find out how to apply, meet faculty and current students, and attend classes on campus, join EMBA Open House Day on June 2, 2013 starting at 9:00 am at Elieff Center in Sofia. Further information on www.facebook.com/AubgEMBA
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