For more than 50 years, IESE has helped women supercharge their careers and boost their leadership potential. Female participation in the Executive MBA program has doubled to 30% in just a few years.
The program empowers women and equips them with competencies and confidence they need to succeed.
WHY THE WORLD NEEDS MORE WOMEN AT THE HELM
As markets become increasingly competitive and globalized, organizations will require a more diverse, gender-balanced workforce as a matter of survival. Recent studies prove that putting women in leadership roles not only enriches the organization, it boosts the bottom line. Here are a few figures that spotlight the vital role that women play in business:
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR WOMEN
The Female Talent scholarship is aimed at high-potential women who can make a positive impact in business and society. Applicants should be proven leaders with an international career trajectory, solid academic record, entrepreneurial initiative and the ability to innovate.
Women who are admitted to the Executive MBA program starting in September 2018 are eligible to apply.
IESE WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP (I-WIL)
IESE spearheads various initiatives designed to promote women and encourage diversity in global management. IESE Women in Leadership (I-WIL) is a dynamic platform that provides ongoing support to former students and women leaders through a range of activities, including lectures, workshops and conferences.
LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT Get training adapted to each stage of your career.
NETWORKINGConnect with female leaders around the world.
RESEARCHDiscover which skills you need to develop to make the most of all your potential.
“To prosper, organizations need a variety of talent, male and female alike. IESE's MBA program is where young people with that talent can develop their leadership skills.”
Franz Heukamp 2FRANZ HEUKAMP
DEAN, IESE BUSINESS SCHOOL
“More than giving me technical knowledge, the EMBA has helped me find out about myself, explore abilities I didn't know I had, and take charge of my career.”
IRENE LEÓNIRENE LEÓN, EMBA'13
Disease Area Leader RCC&BrCa, Novartis Oncology Spain
“Studying part-time for an MBA is helping me learn to manage my time, which will be very useful if I have a family one day and need to balance work and family life.”
LINA CALZADOLINA CALZADO, EMBA'16
Chief Digital Officer, Condé Nast Digital