Academics

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EMBA students experience a seven day orientation, spend two weekends every five weeks, and travel to a residency abroad in Durham, NC, USA at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.
 
Curriculum
  • Orientation
This week-long module lays the foundation for the development of skills necessary for success in the EMBA program: Computer Applications, Business Math, Consequential Leadership and Team Building.
  • Core
The twelve required core courses cover the fundamental building blocks of a sound business education. These include: Financial Accounting, Managerial Economics, Management and Organizations, Quantitative Tools for Managers, Marketing, Foundations of Finance, Foundations of Strategy, Managerial Accounting, Supply Chain Management, Corporate Finance, Entrepreneurship, Financial Statement Analysis 
  • Electives
EMBA students choose 3 courses applicable to career goals based on a rank-order of preferences identified by the class. A sample of the courses that may be offered includes: Pricing, Valuation, Raising Capital, Competitive Analysis, Marketing Strategy, Investments, Decision Models, Investments, and Emerging Markets Strategy
  • EMBA Thesis
The thesis allows each EMBA student to develop skills and expertise specific to his/her career goals, and industry or organizational challenges through the application of knowledge gained in the program to address a key research problem of interest to their companies.

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Join to FREE ONLINE seminar: "What Admissions Committee wants to learn about candidate behind the resume?". January 23, 2018 1pm-2pm
Measuring Business Performance with Key Performance Indicators and the Balanced Scorecard. A series of four articles will tell how to improve financial performance of a company through key performance indicators and the Balanced Scorecard.
NUGSB in strategic partership with Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business
We are very pleased to invite you to the Kazakhstan Society of Investment Professionals Charter Awards Ceremony where we will congratulate those who have been awarded the CFA Charter in the past 24 months.

Upcoming Events

Join to FREE ONLINE seminar: "What Admissions Committee wants to learn about candidate behind the resume?". January 23, 2018 1pm-2pm
The purpose of this program is to provide a tool for non-financial professionals of various organizations to aid them in understanding the role of financial performance monitoring as part of governance. You will learn how to analyze financial performance data and understand what that data reveal about your organization’s future.
This two-day program teaches you how to benefit from data in your business/project. You will learn about the opportunities and issues of business data from the practical point of view. This course will introduce you the existing approaches and methods used for Data Analytics so that, based on your need, you can choose what serves […]
This course equips professionals with necessary knowledge and skills to support supply chain functions. The program will focus on key aspects of the supply chain environment, including enterprise resource planning systems and requirement systems. The interrelationships between purchasing, vendor selection, sources of supply, and technology will be explored in this program to understand how Supply […]