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New partnership between Aalto University Executive Education and GU School of Executive Education strengthens the impact of leadership development

Two strong executive education providers in the Nordic countries – Aalto University Executive Education (Aalto EE) in Finland and GU School of Executive Education in Sweden – signed a partnership agreement in December 2015. The agreement includes delivering joint open enrollment programs and customized solutions as well as deepening cooperation in MBA programs. The first joint activity will be the exchange of selected modules in Executive MBA programs, which will start at the beginning of 2016. 

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Aalto University ranked again second in the Nordic Business Schools

Aalto University School of Business placed 32th in the ‘Financial Times European Business Schools Ranking 2015’.

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Аалто ЕЕ приветствует гостей из Санкт-Петербурга

Хорошо, что налаженные отношения не могут прервать  даже проблемы глобального масштаба, вызванные санкциями и дипломатическими отношениями.

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Aalto EE welcomes visitors from St. Petersburg

Aalto EE has cooperated with St. Petersburg University’s Graduate School of Management (GSOM) for several years, welcoming Executive MBA participants to learn about innovation management and “building innovation powerhouses”. Faculty from Aalto University will cover topics like why are innovations necessary, how do you create an innovative organization, is there such a thing as management innovation, and how do service innovations happen?

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Financial Times: Aalto EE's executive education continues to climb the global rankings - Aalto Executive MBA rises seven places

In the Financial Times' annual global ranking of Executive MBA programs – the most prestigious of its kind in the world – the Aalto Executive MBA program climbed seven places to number 76. Designed for experienced executives, the program improved its ranking in the key areas of personal aims achieved, salary increases and career progress. There are some 3,000 EMBA programs in the world, only the top 100 of which make it into the Financial Times' ranking. ​

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