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Executive MBA

EMBA simply stands for ‘Executive Master of Business Administration’, which is commonly misconstrued to be a superior form of MBA study. In actual fact, the two are pretty much equal in terms of cachet, but they are delivered in entirely different way. EMBA applicant are usually older and possess greater experience. The content and curriculum of an Executive MBA programme is quite similar to the MBA programmes, however, typically there will be more emphasis on individual leadership development. This is because the Executive MBA is tailor-made for participants who are at a more advanced stage of their career as compared to MBA students. Executive MBA participants have at least three years of managerial experience with a total of 10-13 years of work experience on average, with the average age being 35-37 years.

Executive MBA participants can expect to be in a peer group of other, highly motivated and successful managers looking to formalize their knowledge of general management and fine tune their leadership skills to take the next step in their career, typically not looking for a major change in their professional direction. Most of the participants of EMBA programmers are professionals and they pursue this course along with their job so the Executive MBA programme structures are planned in a way to balance both work and study, so classes usually take place in the evenings, at weekends or as modules over a longer stretch of time



 The eligibility criteria for pursuing a master’s degree is holding a bachelor's degree with minimum 50% of marks secured. Along with that Students will have to qualify entrance exams such as MAT/CAT/XAT or ATMA to get admission into this course.

To pursue EMBA the candidate must have few years of managerial work experience.



  • Finance
  • Banking
  • International Business
  • Marketing management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Information Technology and Management



Executive MBA enhances the career graph of working professionals, leaders, managers etc.  There has been a significant increase in the number of working executives opting for executive MBA in India as well as in abroad. If pursued from an eminent and reputed B-school, it can reap rich and premium dividends. This MBA degree has proved to be a vital boost sharpening and embellishing the managerial expertise, leadership and supervisory skills. Nowadays, the students look at this with a global perspective. There has been a lot of growth in international study programmes which is a testament to the fact that why EMBA has been the talk of the town with tremendous and superb career perspective within less time. 



  • Indian School of Business (ISB)
  • Indian Institute of Management- Ahmadabad (IIMA)
  • Indian Institute of Management- Calcutta (IIMC)
  • Xavier School of Management (XLRI) - Jamshedpur.
  • Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) - Delhi.