ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA | Singapore

Come Meet Us in Singapore!

Visiting us on campus or meeting us in person for cocktails and canapes are an excellent way for you to discover more about the ESSEC & Mannheim EMBA Asia-Pacific program!

We have scheduled possible dates for you to choose from, during which you will have the opportunity to*: 

  • Tour the ESSEC campus in Singapore 
  • Experience and get to see how a typical EMBA class is conducted (if the current cohorts are in session)
  • Meet with the Academic Director and Program Advisor for one-to-one consultations

*Kindly note that the above activities may be subject to change.

If you would like to come in and have a chat with us, please submit your request through the form on the right.

Please complete the following form.

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