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On the 1st August the London campus of the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business will open its doors to 91 executives who are beginning the school’s EMBA programme in Europe, the first using the school’s new London base.

Sixty eight of the participants live outside the UK and will take part in 16, one-week modules over 20 months. Three of the modules will be held at the school’s two other campuses in Chicago and Singapore, where students will study with current EMBA participants.

The London classes will be taught by faculty members from Chicago GSB.

Chicago relocated its European campus from Barcelona to London to take advantage of the city’s high concentration of corporate headquarters.

The new campus is located at the Woolgate Exchange.


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