The Leeds EMBA: Attracting brightest and best talent to Yorkshire

The Executive MBA at Leeds University Business School was featured in two articles published by the Yorkshire Post yesterday. 

The first article, written by Greg Wright and entitled ‘Raising your eyes above the grind to real corporate glory’, discusses the benefits and opportunities that arise from studying an Executive MBA (EMBA), and how these can have a positive impact on both the individual and their organisation. According to current EMBA student, Nat Southworth from Harrogate, the course opened up the opportunity to start his own business alongside studying, developing and networking with motivated individuals. 

Our group has people with some unbelievable talents, who haven’t necessarily recognised this in their day-to-day environment, but the group exercises encourage acknowledgement of what people have to offer. I’ve learned a lot from others.

The second article entitled ‘Chance to learn from global leadership experts’, looks at the Business School’s recent rankings results, including the QS Global EMBA rankings, where the course was placed 12th in the UK. 

Professor Peter Moizer, Executive Dean of the Business School, said: 

Our EMBA is just one strand of our broader executive education portfolio, working with organisations large and small, to address challenges and strengthen businesses. We constantly strive to innovate and seeing our EMBA ranked in this way reflects the remarkable efforts and commitment of my colleagues involved with the programme.

Read “Raising your eyes above the grind to real corporate glory” on the Yorkshire Post 

Read “Chance to learn from global leadership experts” on the Yorkshire Post 

Read more about Executive Education at Leeds University Business School 

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