Welcome to GU Executive Education
We work intimately with the School of Business, Economics and Law (SBEL) at the University of Gothenburg and the School’s worldwide network of partner universities and researchers leading in their fields. Together, we market, design and deliver world-class executive education programmes in a wide range of formats. Our programmes all combine academic rigour and practical relevance.
A global focus
Together, we deliver programmes in Sweden, China, India, USA, Singapore and virtually anywhere it makes sense for our customers for us to do so. Reflecting Gothenburg’s long legacy of openness to, and trade with, the world, our programmes often include elements of the global development processes which affect us all, whether directly or indirectly.
The School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg is accredited by the three most prestigious international accreditation organisations for business schools: by EQUIS first time in 2004, by AMBA first time in 2013 and by AACSB first time in 2016. This makes us the only business school in Sweden to enjoy what is often referred to as Triple Crown accreditation. Read more about that here.
Listening and long-term leadership emphasised in webinar with Professor Gideon Kunda
19 April 2021
Gideon Kunda, a professor at Tel Aviv University, has long been one of the most appreciated lecturers on the Gothenburg Executive MBA program. As such, many alumni took the chance to hear him talk when the opportunity was recently offered in a webinar entitled: “Culture change and the corona crisis: lessons so far and future […]Read more
Lyssnande och långsiktigt ledarskap betonades i webbinarium med professor Gideon Kunda
19 April 2021
Gideon Kunda, professor vid Tel Aviv University, är sedan länge en av de mest uppskattade föreläsarna på Executive MBA-programmet. Därför var det också många alumner som nyttjade möjligheten att få höra honom när tillfälle nyligen bjöds i ett webinar med rubriken “Culture change and the corona crisis: lessons so far and future challenges”. I sin […]Read more