Global Executive Academy (multi-language)

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This program is a transformative learning experience designed to fit the time and language constraints of experienced executives from a wide variety of industries and countries. A new frontier in executive education, it extends MIT content to the non-English speaking world through a multilingual experience. Program topics include: general management, leadership, strategy, innovation, negotiation, analytics management, finance, and productivity.

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Global Executive Academy (multi-language)
Certificate Track: Management and Leadership
Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Tuition: $15,300 (excluding accommodations)
Program Days (for ACE Credit) 8

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GEA is an eight-day management and leadership program for experienced executives across the globe. The program is taught in English and materials are translated into multiple languages, with UN-style simultaneous interpretation offered for executives who prefer to participate in their native language.


For 2020, the program will be offered in English with translated materials and simultaneous interpretation offered in Portuguese and Spanish. Additional languages will be considered up utnil May 8, 2020, provided there is a minimum threshold of need.

Participants who successfully complete the entire program earn an Executive Certificate in Management and Leadership.


For questions, contact execacademy@mit.edu.

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Worldly knowledge: A participant's perspective on the Global Executive Academy

MIT Sloan Executive Education recently connected with a past participant of the Global Executive Academy, Alexei Gabler. Based in Brazil, Gabler is a senior manager in IT who came to MIT seeking an international, post-MBA course that would give him a unique opportunity for learning and growth in a multicultural setting. Here's what he had to say about his transformative GEA experience.