LBS EMBA programmes place in top 10 in annual FT rankings
London Business School’s EMBA-Global Asia programme has retained its top five position in the Financial Times 2019 EMBA ranking.
The programme, delivered in partnership with HKU and Columbia Business Schools, placed fourth in the annual ranking of the world’s best Executive MBA programmes for the second year running.
EMBA-Global Asia alumni experience a salary increase of 98% three years after graduation, according to the FT’s analysis. The programme also ranked third in the publication’s career progression measurement.
Arnold Longboy, Executive Director, Recruitment & Admissions, Degree Education & Career Centre, said: “Our EMBA-Global Asia students study in London, Dubai, Shanghai, Hong Kong and New York during their time on the programme. It is a transformative experience that reflects the global nature of today’s business world and positions our graduates for future success.”
LBS’s EMBA and EMBA-Global Americas & Europe programmes also performed strongly, with both programmes ranked in the top 10 globally.
EMBA-Global Americas & Europe, delivered in partnership with Columbia Business School, ranked sixth, while the Executive MBA (London and Dubai) ranked eighth. Programme graduates experienced a salary increase of 86% and 78% respectively post-graduation.
Fiona Lennoxsmith, Director of EMBA programmes at LBS, said the results pointed to the significant return on investment delivered by all three of the School’s EMBA programmes.
“Alumni frequently tell us of the immense personal and professional value derived from their learning on our EMBA programmes. These latest results reflect that feedback and confirm the long-term impact of our suite of EMBA programmes,” she said.