Professional program – the category granted to Aalto Executive MBA at the WSB University in Poznań in the ranking published by the FORUM Management Education Association in 2014.

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Aalto Executive MBA students have a unique opportunity to complete the modules they selected in Finland, Singapore and South Korea. This is possible because the Program is part of the international Aalto University network.

Aalto University Executive Education, the partner of the Aalto Executive MBA Program, Education holds the 'Triple Crown' of accreditations, the three most respected business university accreditations, granted to only 0.4% of world's business schools: AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS.



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Program organisation

The Program is delivered in the form of weekend studies. Meetings take place once a month at the seat of the WSB University in Poznań on Fridays from 16:00 to 21:00, and Saturdays and Sundays from 9:00 to 16:00.

One meeting in the first year includes a team building trip for the entire group. On this occasion classes are organized near Poznan outside the University’s seat. The University covers the cost of organization, board and lodging. The international exchange scheme makes it possible for participants in the Aalto Executive MBA in Poznan to complete selected modules abroad in Helsinki, Singapore and Seoul.

Modern teaching methodology

Didactic methods used in the Aalto Executive MBA in Poznan stress interaction and active student participation. Teaching takes different forms – lectures, group discussions, case studies, tests, simulations and presentations. Students are encouraged and required to relate academic knowledge to their actual work which ensures a dynamic learning process. Active participation in classes is graded.
As part of the Program, students work individually or in groups to develop projects based on data from their own companies or other data collected by them such as personal audits, assessment of the competitive condition of the company, analysis of its financial standing or product marketing strategies.

Didactic materials

At each of the meetings every participant of the Program receives a file with the full set of didactic materials free of charge. The materials are prepared by teachers and adjusted to the specific nature of the subject taught. They always include the teacher’s CV, rules of obtaining credit and, depending on the subject, materials prepared individually by teachers – summaries, exercises and additional problems to solve at home, case studies, theoretical materials, regulations, questionnaires and tests. A specialised library has been set up, specifically for the needs of the Aalto Executive MBA in Poznan studies, with all publications recommended by Polish and foreign teachers.

Program mentors

Thanks to the support from our Program mentors, participants may benefit from comfortable learning conditions. At any time, they can count on help from:

  • Renata Krzykała-Schaefer, Academic Director of the Program
  • Barbara Walkowska, Program Director responsible for the organization of classes
  • Ewa Kryszak – Employee of the Program Office

What do classes look like?

Typical module consists of the following stages:

Stage I: Before the classes
Before the classes, students receive a package of didactic materials. This gives them an opportunity to learn about the module’s subject matter and prepare initial papers.

Stage II: Attending the classes
Attendance is compulsory. Comprehensive weekend classes combine:
• learning through direct contacts with the expert teacher
• intensive cooperation and participation in group activities
• participating in discussions during classes
• opportunity to present oneself and one’s own experience in front of the group
Teaching methods include the following: lectures, cases studies, individual and group presentations, workshops and exercises, simulation and computer games, personality tests, discussions, tutoring.

Stage III: Completing modules
Each module is followed by a written credit paper of a practical nature. Credit criteria are defined by individual teachers at the beginning of the module. These may include active participation in classes, individual and group presentations, reports on group work, written analyses of case studies, individual study tests and written papers prepared by students.

  • Attendance is compulsory. In case of emergencies students may be excused from some classes provided they inform the organizers of this fact in writing as soon as possible.
  • The system of grades is in line with the international system of A, B, C, F. The F grade means that the module has not been credited.
  • Students who fail to obtain credit for a module many rectify this by participating in the following edition of the Program.


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