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July 1, 2011 11:00 am
The programme, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, has graduated more than 500 executives over the past decade. The last incoming class had 65 students.
Unlike most other EMBA programmes - MBAs for working managers - Trium integrates international economic, political and social policy into the business curriculum through the participation of LSE, says Saul Estrin, head of the Department of Management at LSE. “Trium graduates grasp the increasingly critical need to think across borders and boundaries, whether national or personal.”
Managers participating in Trium attend six modules in New York, London and Paris and two further modules at different locations, such as in India and China. The addition of the second cohort should enable participants to spend more time in these emerging markets.
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