Education

Universities are among our oldest institutions, and for the most part have a common mandate to provide free and equal access to higher learning, however, universities must compete to attract the brightest minds, and students must compete to gain access to the best institutions. In a world driven by knowledge, educational institutions play a critical role in the production of intellectual stimuli.

Today, colleges and universities require leadership that transforms their institutions into highly visible places of learning recognized for rich academic programs, and for cutting edge research and discovery. There exists a belief that scholastic success, economic growth and global competitiveness are closely tied to university rankings. An institution’s reputation, and subsequent ranking, is largely dependent on the acquisition of academic talent – whereby faculties comprised of the most qualified professors and researchers will attract quality funding, as well as the brightest minds.

In response to the huge costs involved in operating a research-based institution, educational leaders need to acquire and manage an abundance of resources, securing grants and funding from both traditional sources such as government, to innovative private sources, as well as strategic partnerships with commercial enterprises. Senior levels of management must then balance their focus on achieving academic and research superiority with the challenges of shrinking budgets, and overseeing fiscal management.

EMA Partners has developed and established a successful global practice team of consultants specializing in Education. We are helping our clients create executive management teams, and are identifying leaders who are capable of transforming universities, colleges and schools into elite institutions. We attract exceptional talent around the globe in the following areas:

  • Elite universities and colleges
  • Liberal arts colleges
  • Business schools
  • Vocational and training institutions
  • Schools

Executive

  • Executive Director, Board of Regents
  • Chancellor
  • President
  • Executive Vice President
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Chief Operating Officer
  • Vice President
    • Business & Finance
    • Computing Technology
    • Enrollment Management
    • Human Resources
    • Institutional Advancement
    • Public Relations
    • Student Affairs/Dean of Students
    • University Relations
  • Executive Director
    • Institute for the Study of Women & Gender in Arts and Media
    • Office of Community Arts Partnerships

Academic

  • Provost
  • Deans
    • Arts & Sciences
    • College of Engineering
    • College of Nursing & Health Sciences
    • Graduate School of Business
    • Graduate Studies
    • School of Business
    • School of Fine and Performing Arts
    • School of Law
    • School of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Assistant Dean, College of Commerce
  • Chairperson
    • Department of Art & Design
    • Department of Biotechnology
    • Department of Economics
    • Department of Film & Video
    • Department of Finance
    • Department of Journalism
    • Department of Marketing
    • Department of Micro Electronics
    • Department of Music
    • Department of Television
  • Deputy Provost for Faculty & Curriculum
  • Director of Career Planning & Placeme

Administrative

  • Controller
  • Assistant Controller
  • Directors
    • Academic Technology
    • Affirmative/Equal Opportunities
    • Athletics
    • Career Planning & Placement
    • Development – Athletics
    • Distance Learning
    • Employment & Compensation
    • Financial Aid
    • Global Finance
    • Honors Programs
    • Intercollegiate Athletics and Sports Recreation
    • Information Technology
    • Professional & Continuing Education
    • Residence Life & Student Housing
    • Student Financial Services
    • Student Leadership Institute
  • Men’s & Women’s Head Coach