As Vietnam emerges fully onto the world economic stage, new and constantly-evolving demands are placed on business executives in all industries. To successfully manage these challenges, today’s executive must possess strong analytical skills, the ability to think strategically and effective leadership capabilities.
To meet these challenges head on, the Hawaiʻi, Shidler College of Business has partnered with the Foreign Trade University to deliver its first-rate Executive MBA program that will train, guide and prepare Vietnam’s top executives who want to elevate their management skills.
This 21-month, executive format program allows participants living in Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, to maintain full-time management positions while earning their degree. Students will learn from an integrated, modern curriculum that incorporates core business disciplines with cutting-edge business practices including: innovation and entrepreneurship, management of information technologies and e-business, supply chain management, wealth management and branding. All classes are held in Vietnam with an optional summer study at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, USA. A key feature of the program is the Business Practicum project allowing students to engage in real-life consulting.
MBA for Executives in Vietnam program has already proven to be immensely successful in advancing many graduates’ careers for the last 17 years in Vietnam. With more than 600 alumni holding key business positions in all economic sectors in Vietnam and worldwide, MBA for Executives in Vietnam offers one of the most valuable business networks.
Thus, with their degree from the University of Hawaiʻi, MBA for Executives in Vietnam graduates will be able to demonstrate that they have the confidence and skills to compete for top executive positions, not only in Vietnam but anywhere in the world.
Learning Goals for the MBA
- Demonstrate and apply knowledge of the functional areas of business (best business practice)
- Communicate effectively in writing and oral presentations
- Understand and apply management skills to the Asia-Pacific business environment
- Identify and analyze complex ethical and legal issues
- Demonstrate understanding of the impacts of technology on business