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Oxford Executive MBA

Networking at Oxford

The community in Oxford is everything you would expect of a world-class business school embedded in one of the world’s most respected universities. The convening power of the University brings heads of state, CEOs, Nobel laureates, brilliant young scholars, social entrepreneurs and senior policy makers, inventors and corporate recruiters, amongst others to Oxford.

As an Executive MBA student, you will be provided with world-class international networking opportunities, which students frequently leverage to their own career advantage. The power of the EMBA network is something alumni frequently speak of and bonds formed within cohorts are often lifelong. At Oxford, these opportunities include not only your cohort, college and business school, but also leading faculty and alumni from all disciplines in the wider University.  

Your class

With a highly diverse cohort from a wide range of sectors, organisations and countries the people you meet on the programme will become part of a life-long professional and personal network that you will call upon throughout your career. 

Your business school

The Oxford Business Alumni Network

The global business alumni network of the Saïd Business School boasts nearly 10,000 individuals living in 129 countries, making up an active group of members who share a common interest in the world of business.  

Events programme 

Seminars, forums and guest lectures provide a steady stream of networking opportunities with leading experts and practitioners as well as current students and alumni of the school such as:
 
  • The Oxford Private Equity Forum
  • Media Summit
  • Silicon Valley Comes to Oxford
  • Distinguished Speaker Series

Oxford Business Networks (OBNs) 

These groups create opportunities for worldwide relationship building focussed on particular industry sectors such as management consulting, entrepreneurship and private equity or on geographic or interest areas such as business in Africa, Latin America, Asia Pacific and women in business.
 

Your university

College membership 

As a member of the University of Oxford you will be part of a college community of students and have the opportunity to pursue connections across the collegiate university.  

The Entrepreneurship Centre

The University Entrepreneurship Centre, based at the school, represents the belief that entrepreneurship and innovation are vital to economic wealth creation and encourages relationships across the University to explore entrepreneurial opportunities. 
 

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