Short-term executive business programs

Although business schools/colleges prefer to run these themselves, there might be opportunities here for continuing education partnerships. From The Wall Street Journal.

B-Schools Say Demand Still Strong for Pricey Leadership Programs
These days, $39,000 can buy a new Lexus, a three-bedroom house in Detroit or a full year of undergraduate tuition at the University of Pennsylvania. It also can get you a three-week executive-education program at Penn's Wharton School.

The program, dubbed Global CEO Program: A Transformational Journey, includes one-week sessions in Philadelphia, São Paulo and Shanghai in partnership with IESE Business School and China Europe International Business School. Travel fees aren't included in the $39,000, which is split among the three host schools.

"It's expensive," says David Heckman, director of senior-management programs at Wharton, who expects about 50 executives to enroll in the program in the current academic year. "But it's also a very unique, life-transforming experience," providing insight from top faculty and guest speakers, as well as networking opportunities, for leaders who need to adapt to a global economy, he says.


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