Northwestern University (Kellogg) Profile

The Kellogg School of Management is the business school of Northwestern University (USA), consistently ranked as one of the top business institutions in the world by prestigious publications such as The Economist Intelligence Unit, Financial Times, and more.

Notable Kellogg School alumni include: Michael Gross (former Senior Partner and Founder, Apollo Management), Edwin G. Booz (founder of Booz Allen Hamilton consultancy), Laurance A. Spear (founder of, Robert Wayman (former CFO of Hewlett Packard), Phil Marineau (CEO of Levi Strauss & Co., 1999-2006), Sheryl O'Loughlin (former CEO of Clif Bar Inc.), Fred Kindle (former President and former CEO of the ABB Group), Andrew Fastow (former CFO, Enron), etc.

Ratings and Rankings:

- Ranked No. 1 for its part-time MBA program in the U.S. News & World Report “America's Best Colleges” 2011 edition.

- Rated 8th in the US (Forbes ROI MBA Rankings 2010).

- 11th in the US and 22nd globally in the Financial Times MBA Rankings 2010.

- 20th in the Whitefield Consulting Worldwide Global MBA Ranking 2009.

- 15th in The Economist's Full Time MBA Ranking 2009.

- 17th in the FT Executive MBA Ranking 2009.

- 3rd in the Business Week ranking of Top 30 MBA Programs 2008.

- The Executive MBA Program has been ranked 1st in the world by The Wall Street Journal in its inaugural ranking of EMBA programs (2008).

- The Executive MBA program has led the BusinessWeek biennial ranking and maintained its spot at No. 1 (2008).

- The Asia-based Kellogg-HKUST EMBA program is placed 2nd in the FT EMBA ranking 2005.

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