EMBA Great Falls

Executive MBA students in the Great Falls Cohort visited businesses and cultural sites in Turkey and Ireland during their 10-day international residency trip in July.

EMBA Great Falls Cohort
Members of the EMBA Great Falls Cohort visiting Intel in Ireland

Trip focuses on succesful, high-growth companies

In Istanbul, the 18 students, along with program executive director Charles Jacobina, visited the Istanbul Stock Exchange and Seker Securities (where the group was interviewed by Bloomberg TV), as well as the offices of Deloitte, the U.S. Commercial Service, and the Turkish American Business Association. In Ireland, the group visited Apple and Pfizer in Cork, and Intel and Microsoft in Dublin.

High-growth companies are the focus of the international residency, Jacobina says. “The trip gives students a first-hand look at successful business strategies in other countries. Students get to see how the local environment affects business and experience aspects of international culture.”

Pamplin's 18-month executive MBA promotes career advancement

Pamplin’s executive MBA is aimed at busy, experienced professionals with or without business degrees. “Our program is designed to integrate theory and practice, enhance the executive skills required for participants’ career advancement, and promote networking opportunities among them.”

Classes are held at Virginia Tech’s Northern Virginia Center every other weekend over an 18-month period. Students are recruited for cohorts beginning each September and February.

EMBA Great Falls Cohort
The group poses in Istanbul, Turkey.


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