"My time in the MBA has been exciting and interesting"

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The Executive MBA programme is in many ways much more than a two-year graduate course. The alumni association, aptly named RUMBA, gives students that have graduated with an Executive MBA from Reykjavik University an opportunity to maintain, and grow, the invaluable network they established during their time together at RU.

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The alumni association emphasises giving MBA alumni a chance to maintain and grow the valuable network formed by attending the programme. By joining the association alumni have the chance to nurture friendships and connections to Reykjavik University.

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Annual conference

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RUMBA hosts a well-attended conference each year. Prominent individuals from industry describe their experiences and relate practical knowledge on a relevant topic, usually about the nature of leadership and important global trends.




Keeping in touch and having fun

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RUMBA also hosts various events to pick and choose from such as lectures by former EMBA professors, company visits and talks, and social events.





Jón Arnar Stefánsson, viðskiptastjóri í eignastýringu hjá Fossum“Pursuing an EMBA degree has been one of my life's best decisions. The programme is tailored to equip students with essential leadership skills for the future while providing practical knowledge to apply to their work immediately. The opportunity to learn from the best business teachers and a diverse group of peers with different backgrounds and skill sets has opened up new perspectives and challenged me to think critically. The experience has both been challenging and fun, and the friendships I made during the programme will last a lifetime.”

Jón Arnór Stefánsson - EMBA 2023
Asset Manager at Fossar Investment Bank


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