Executive MBA Ranking 2009

According to the Financial Times Executive MBA (EMBA) program ranking 2009 (released October 19th), the top 3 EMBA providers are the partnerships between Kellogg and Hong Kong UST Business School (No. 1); HEC Paris, London School of Economics and NYU Stern (No.2); Columbia and London Business School (No. 3).

Some of the best performers include:
- Duke University: Fuqua moved up from 17th in the 2008 rankings to top 10 position in 2009.
- NUS School of Business up 9 places to 11th this year.
- UC Berkeley / Columbia up from 16th to 13th globally.
- New York University: Stern up 3 places to top 15 position.
- Northwestern University: Kellogg made into top 20 (from 21st last year).
- Iese Business School made a big jump from 31st to 16th (up 15 places).
- University of Michigan: Ross up 8 places top 20 this year.

The Top 20 EMBA programs are as follows:

1- Kellogg/Hong Kong UST Business School (China)
2- Trium: HEC Paris / LSE / New York University: Stern (France, UK, USA)
3- Columbia/London Business School (USA, UK)
4- University of Chicago: Booth (USA, UK, Singapore)
5- Insead (France, Singapore)
5- University of Pennsylvania, Wharton (USA)
7- IE Business School (Spain)
8- London Business School (UK)
9- Columbia Business School (USA)
10- Duke University: Fuqua (USA)
11- National University of Singapore School of Business (Singapore)
12- Washington University: Olin (China)
13- UC Berkeley/Columbia (USA)
14- IMD (Switzerland)
15- New York University: Stern (USA)
16- IESE Business School (Spain)
17- Northwestern University: Kellogg (USA)
18- Kellogg/WHU-Otto Beisheim School (Germany)
19- Chinese University of Hong Kong (China)
20- University of Michigan: Ross (USA)

Source: Financial Times

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