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Executive Master of International Business

Advancing Business in a Globally Connected World

In today's globally connected world, successful decision-making often depends on how well one understands the complexities of the international business environment. For organizations to expand their global footprint successfully, business leaders must be adaptable problem solvers with a high degree of situational awareness and cultural intelligence. Saint Louis University's Executive Master of International Business (EMIB) provides an integrative global perspective to prepare individuals who are ready to be strategic leaders in their organizations in the international arena. 

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Funding Your Executive Master of International Business

Thanks to the generosity of successful alumni and friends of Saint Louis University and support that may be available from your employer, earning a world-class Executive Master of International Business from the Chaifetz School of Business may be less of an investment than you think.

Estimated Executive Master of International Business Cost  
Tuition $57,720
Average Merit Scholarship
Average Employer Benefit
Estimated Net Tuition Cost After Average Scholarships and Employer Benefits $29,720

*Estimated costs based on average merit scholarship awards and employer benefits of recent program students. Actual scholarship awards and employer benefits available vary by student. Contact your employer to learn more about education benefits that may be available to you.

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The Chaifetz Executive Master of International Business Difference

Collaborative Learning

The 21-month program combines on-campus and virtual classes to provide maximum productivity with an efficient class schedule. Classes are scheduled from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. every other Saturday. With face-to-face class sessions and a cohort-based curriculum, students gain the advantage of interacting with faculty and peers in an immersive environment.

Hybrid Model of Learning 

The EMIB program is a hybrid model. It combines on-campus and virtual classes, requiring in-person attendance just one Saturday per month. Students have the option to attend class virtually one Saturday per month or 50% of the program. 

Global Coursework

The EMIB coursework is presented in a sequential, team-based format with a solid foundation of strategic planning, critical thinking and organizational leadership. The program addresses complex and relevant topics of international business, including international economics; risk assessment; operations in international and emerging markets; application of artificial intelligence and data analytics as they relate to global business; and generating sustainable, profitable growth.

Boeing Institute of International Business

For over a century, the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business has been a pioneer in providing education and thought leadership, assisting companies with business models, proven strategies and innovative solutions. This engagement led to the establishment of the highly respected Boeing Institute of International Business (BIIB).

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The EMIB International Residency Experience

During the two-week International Residency Experience, students experience the realities of business development in either Latin American or Asian markets. They engage with corporations and executives abroad, ambassadors and State Department officials and learn about the political, social and economic pressures involved when competing in a global economy. Students must attend at least one of the two offered summer residency options.

Return on Education

Many students find that they receive an immediate return on their educational investment through greater responsibilities, promotions and increases in compensation. They also share what they’ve learned with other leaders within their organizations, creating an exponential value-added ripple effect.

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