In the latest ranking of executive MBA programs around the world by the Financial Times, Europe and China dominated the top 10 spots. To find an independent program based in the US, you’ll have to go all the way to number 10. To reach the top of the rankings, his EMBA program at the Yale School of Management is affiliated with his Iese Business School.
Kellogg-HKUST’s pioneering EMBA tops the rankings for the second year in a row. In fact, the program, a partnership between Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) Business School, has topped the rankings 11 times. This year marks the 25th anniversary of our founding.
The EMBA of China-Europe International Business School (CEIBS) based in China, Switzerland and Ghana also coincides. Last year’s results He finished in second place both years.
ESCP Business School moved up two places to third place. With campuses in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin and Warsaw, the school is a top-ranked school in Europe and holds the highest ranking in every country where it has campuses. It received the highest score for International Course Experience and the fourth highest score for Career Advancement, an indicator that measures graduates’ level of change in seniority and organizational size after completing the program. It also ranked second for environment, social and governance (ESG) and net-zero education.
“Many of our graduates move into key sustainability roles or embark on startups focused on sustainability-related ventures after completing their EMBA. This transformation and the result of this ranking is… , highlights the significant impact our programs have in developing leaders who take sustainability issues into consideration and create value for businesses and society, with a strong commitment to making a positive impact on the world. ” said Francesco. His Venuti, ESCP EMBA Dean.
See the top 10 EMBA programs in the table below.
Trium Global EMBA – a partnership between three elite business schools: HEC Paris, LSE and NYU Stern – moved up two spots to No. 4.
And Oxford University’s Saïd Business School rose a whopping 10 points to break into the top five. This is the highest ranking on the FT since the program began 19 years ago.
“We have worked hard to deliver a truly global and world-class program with a focus on providing value to our students. It is great to be recognized for this in a ranking like this. This is wonderful,” Said Dean Soumitra Dutta said in a school press release. “We are also fortunate to have been able to attract a wonderful global student community who enrich our school and bring such a unique, global perspective to our courses.”
Top-ranked programs in the US
Excluding many partnership and overseas-based Executive MBA programs from the 2023 rankings, these are the top single programs in the United States, giving Yale School of Management the highest-ranked EMBA in the nation. In the US rankings, it moved up two places from last year, overtaking MIT Sloan, which fell to second place.
This summer, Yale SOM announced major changes to the EMBA; Fourth focus area in overall management You will have more flexibility in choosing electives and other enriching subjects.
wharton school The University of Pennsylvania’s independent program was ranked third in the United States (ranked 18th in the world), followed by: UCLA Anderson School of Management No. 4 in the US and No. 22 worldwide.Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management It finished in the top five in the United States and 27th in the world.
U.S.-based standalone EMBAs dominated the overall list with 26 programs. This includes six schools that were not ranked last year but participated this year. Columbia Business SchoolFor example, it was ranked 33rd best EMBA in the world and 7th best in the US after not submitting data to the FT last year. See table below.
Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business ranks 21st among single programs in the United States and 81st in the world. However, overall satisfaction by alumni ranks him third highest in the United States and seventh highest in the world. Georgia State EMBA received a score of 9.62 out of 10 on this measure, with only the MIT Sloan School of Management (9.80) and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (9.71) scoring higher in the United States.
“We are pleased that our graduates remain so satisfied with Georgia State University’s Executive MBA, even years after graduation,” EMBA program director Chris Hilario said in a release. “This metric is based on the growth experienced during the program and subsequent career advancement, the deep level of personal engagement between students and faculty, and the opportunity for continued engagement after graduation, all of which have been recognized since our founding in 1982. We believe this speaks volumes about the character of our program.”
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