EBAPE, Esade and Georgetown University create the Corporate International Master

Institutional
06 June 2012

The Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration (EBAPE), the Esade Business School and McDonough School of Business of Georgetown University made a partnership to create the Master's course Corporate International Master (CIM). The course is directed to experienced professionals and executives of Latin America, Europe and North America, and will be focused on global leadership.According to EBAPE's vice-director, professor Álvaro Cyrino, the top executives today ?increasingly face the growing complexity of current corporate problems, while they not only work in several countries, but also have to fight discontinuous changes. Therefore, they need new ways to think about management?, explains Cyrino to Europa Press news agency.The O CIM, expected to start next year, will last 12 months and will be divided in three modules of 11 days ? which will take place in Rio de Janeiro, Washington DC and Madrid ? and a five-day module in Shanghai. Some of them will be available online.This is the first time that EBAPE joins the collaboration program between McDonough School of Business and Esade.