Every successful person, team, and enterprise encounters vexing divergences in how business works in different countries and regions.
Through the Global Network for Advanced Management’s Certificate of Excellence in Global Business, you’ll build a deep understanding of the connections and differences among markets. You’ll identify risks that others miss. And you’ll recognize opportunities that can change your global game.
$1,500 to enroll, plus the course fees charged by each school, less a 10% discount.
2 years to complete 15 program days at a minimum of 3 different schools in 2 countries and a capstone project
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Register for the Certificate of Excellence in Global Business today and receive:
- 10% discount on any participating program
- Access to GNAM alumni events around the world
- A certificate from the world’s only elite business school network
Invest in Your Global Management Capability
At your own pace over two years, you will take 15 days of non-degree executive programs at participating business schools. You have the freedom to select programs that match your professional development goals, choosing from more than 100 programs on such topics as innovation, service marketing, and crisis management.
Deliver Business Results
You will apply your classroom learning in a capstone project that you design in partnership with world-renowned faculty. This project will be a strategic initiative that adds immediate value to your organization.
Grow Your Global Network
You will study alongside your global peers in some of the most dynamic learning environments in the world. You will form valuable professional relationships that will last far beyond the classroom.
Design Your Personalized Curriculum
With courses offered by 17 elite schools, you can craft an agenda that gives you the expertise you need to move ahead in your career.
Sample 15-Day learning agenda over 2 years:
Profile: Finance professional at a French multinational corporation
Professional development goals: Increase global mindset, understand Asian markets, improve ability to influence senior management
- Business Strategies for Asia—5 days, National University of Singapore
- Influence and Persuasive Communication—3 days, UCD Smurfit, Ireland
- Leading People and Teams—4 days, ESMT, Berlin
- Negotiating in an International Context—3 days, HEC Paris
Capstone project: Analyze financial investment required for market entry in an ASEAN country.
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The Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM) is a collaboration of graduate schools of business in 25 countries on five continents. GNAM was founded on the premise that enterprises need leaders who understand how markets and organizations work in increasingly diverse and complex contexts. Schools in the network exchange ideas, collaborate on data collection, and promote research in areas of interest to global business.