The Global MBA programs are going to have a focus on doing business internationally far more than the regular EMBA. This includes not only working with classmates from other countries, but also actual classroom time and visits/projects abroad. Duke has an international campus in Frankfurt, Kunshan, China and also India I believe and Darden may as well. You can expect to spend time at some or all of these locations. Duke was a real innovator in the GEMBA program, and theirs is the one which has largely been copied by others since. If your post MBA vision includes international business or if you plan to work extensively with vendors or clients in areas outside the US, it might be worth it to go the GEMBA route, as it could really open doors and build networks. If you plan to do consulting within the US, you should be able to get enough of an international perspective from an international business class you could take in the regular EMBA program. Hope this helps.
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