New research reveals 32% of CEOs have studied abroad
2 January 2018
Research into CEOs from some of the world’s largest companies (as per the Forbes Global 2000 rankings) has found that around a third of the most prominent executives in the business world benefited from international education.
The research, carried out by Study.eu, showed that 32% of leaders chose to spend at least one semester of their university-level education overseas, while 97% of CEOs hold a bachelor’s degree and 60% an MBA.
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