Programme ranked first for aims achieved
London Business School’s EMBA-Global Asia programme has placed among the top five in the world (four) in the Financial Times’ annual ranking of Executive MBAs.
The programme, run in partnership with The University of Hong Kong and Columbia Business School, ranked first for aim achieves (86%), a measure of the degree to which graduates fulfil their stated goals or reasons for studying an EMBA.
Arnold Longboy, Executive Director of Leadership Programmes at LBS, said: “Today’s EMBA-Global Asia ranking demonstrates our commitment to ensuring students are given the skills and knowledge they need to realise their ambitions.
“We’re incredibly proud that this programme is enabling them to have an impact on the way the world does business in their chosen field.”
The EMBA-Global Asia programme also achieved a top five rank (5) for international course experience.
The School’s EMBA programme, offered in London and Dubai, has climbed four places in the top 20 (14) in a highly competitive market, with the average salary of alumni three years after graduation increasing to $243,250.
The FT EMBA rankings draw on alumni surveys measuring criteria such as career progression, how the programme lived up to expectations and percentage salary increase three years after graduation.
More information on the School’s Executive MBA programmes. Financial Times ranking table.