FT EMBA Ranking 2011

Financial Times has just released its 2011 ranking of Executive MBA programs. Following are some of the top performers:

- Georgetown's McDonough School of Business is ranked 35th in the world, moving up 11 positions from last year's ranking. Georgetown's Executive MBA is also listed as the 9th stand-alone program in the United States. Additionally, the ranking lists Georgetown McDonough as first in the United States for alumni career progress and salary increase.

- Tulane University Freeman School's executive MBA program is now ranked 74th in the world and 34th among U.S. programs. In addition, the Freeman School is ranked 19th among the top 100 in the category of work experience, which measures the previous experience of EMBA participants according to criteria including seniority of positions held, number of years in each position, size of company and any international work experience prior to starting the EMBA.

- The Executive MBA (EMBA) at Georgia State University's J. Mack Robinson College of Business is ranked 24th among U.S.-based programs and 64th worldwide according to rankings released by Financial Times. In faculty research productivity, based on the number of faculty publications in approximately 50 international academic and practitioner journals, the Robinson College is ranked 24th among U.S.-based programs and 52nd worldwide.

- The Executive MBA Program at Emory University's Goizueta Business School was ranked 41st in the world by the Financial Times. Among schools that only operate in the United States, the EMBA program ranked 12th.

- The Executive MBA program in Shanghai, China, jointly-run by Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis and the School of Management at Fudan University is ranked 15th in the Financial Times annual survey of world-wide executive MBA programs 2011.

The top 5 EMBA programs in the world:
1 Kellogg / Hong Kong UST Business School
2 Trium: HEC Paris / LSE / New York University: Stern
3 Columbia/London Business School
4 Insead
5 University of Chicago: Booth
Source: Financial Times

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