TRIUM Global Executive MBA is ranked 1st worldwide for the first time in the Financial Times 2014 Executive MBA programmes ranking, moving up from 4th in 2013.
The Kellogg-HKUST Executive MBA (EMBA) program maintains its world’s leading position and is ranked No. 2 in the 2014 FT EMBA Ranking. Since 2007 the program has been consistently ranked among the world’s best clinching No.1 for six years and No.2 for two years. In addition, the Kellogg-HKUST EMBA program continues to achieve high scores in a number of surveyed fields. On career progress, the Kellogg-HKUST EMBA graduates have achieved the highest average salary three years after graduation, reaching US$403,560 per annum or an increase of 33% from their average pre-EMBA salary. Their work experience prior to starting the EMBA program stands at No.3 in the world.
Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Business continues to climb in the 2014 Financial Times rankings for Master of Business Administration for Executives programs. It is ranked No. 31, up from 39th in 2013 and 46th in 2012. Nationally, Rice is ranked No. 5. This placement is up from No. 8 in 2013 and No. 11 in 2012. The Rice EMBA program continues to be ranked No. 1 in Texas and the Southwest, a distinction it has held for the past five years.
Michigan State University Broad Executive MBA program’s overall ranking remained relatively stable at No. 90 worldwide, coming in among the top five in the Midwest and the top 15 U.S. public programs.