The London Business School/Columbia Business School Executive MBA (EMBA Global) programme has been ranked in the top 10 (8) of the annual Financial Times Executive MBA ranking.
The EMBA Global programme, run in partnership with Columbia Business School, was ranked third for aims achieved (83%); a measure of the extent to which graduates fulfilled their stated goals for doing an Executive MBA.
Julia Marsh, Executive Director, Leadership Programmes (Executive MBA, EMBA-Global & Sloan), London Business School, said: “Today’s ranking demonstrates that, more than ever, we remain committed to enabling alumni of London Business School to have a profound impact in terms of their own careers and the way the world does business.”
The School’s EMBA programme, offered in London and Dubai, has held its position within the top twenty (19), despite a highly competitive market, with the average salary for graduates exceeding $200K for the first time.
The rankings are based on an alumni survey with various measures, including career progression, how the programme lived up to expectations and percentage salary increase three years after graduation.
More information on the School’s EMBA Global and EMBA programmes. Financial Times ranking table.