Almost 80% of EMBA programs include a significant international study experience. The content and process, though, vary considerably in length, location, and method. To provide insight to the scope, format, of different approaches, the researchers conducted extensive interviews with 40 EMBA program directors. Results of the investigation are presented providing information that EMBA directors, faculty and administrators may find useful in improving the quality and effectiveness of their international field studies.
Cotner, John S. and Smith, Darlene Brannigan
"E.M.B.A. International Field Studies: A Comparative Perspective,"
Journal of Executive Education:
2, Article 3.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/jee/vol1/iss2/3