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More Women, More Technology • MBA Magazine

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The EMBAC survey shows that more women are choosing an Executive MBA and that technology is driving new innovation.

In the annual Executive MBA Council (EMBAC) survey, the percentage of respondents reached a new high of 34.8 percent in 2022, compared to 33.4 percent in 2021 and 30.1 percent in 2017. “The steady growth of the proportion of women is promising Positively says Michael Desidio, EMBAC General Manager.

Another trend is the increasing use of technology. 86 percent of participating member programs have included distance learning in their curricula, compared to 55 percent before the 2019 pandemic. The proportion of distance learning content offered concurrently by programs increased from 34 percent in 2019 to 44 percent in 2019 2022. In addition, more than 80 percent of programs reported using case studies and online e-books.

Executive training continues to be an integral part of EMBA programs. 89.8 percent of EMBA programs offered training in 2022.

Travel is on the rise again, with 92 percent of programs adding compulsory or elective international travel to their curricula. The USA, Germany and England were the most popular travel destinations in 2022.

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In terms of experience and age, the Executive MBA continues to attract highly qualified applicants. In 2022, the average age of students has increased from 38 to 38.9 years. They also have more professional and managerial experience. The average was 14.6 years of professional experience compared to 14 years in 2021. The average managerial experience was 9.2 years. In 2021 it was 8.9 years.

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The percentage of students receiving full financial support has increased slightly. The proportion who pay themselves remained the same as the previous year at 56.2% in 2022. 16.4 percent of students were fully funded in 2022, compared to 15.2 percent in 2021.

Nearly 61 percent of programs offer scholarships, up 3 percent from 2018. 31 percent of Executive MBA students receive scholarships.

to EMBA Council They are currently affiliated with nearly 200 colleges and universities offering nearly 300 programs in more than 30 countries around the world. In 2022, 76 percent of EMBAC member programs participated in the annual survey.