The London Business School’s Executive MBA-Global program seized the fourth spot in the annual Financial Times Executive MBA ranking, making it the tenth year it has held a position in the top five.
The EMBA-Global program, which is run in partnership with Columbia Business School, was ranked by an alumni survey that measured career progression, aims achieved, percentage salary increase three years after graduation and more. According to the London Business School, the program scored high on all the various measures in the survey.
On aims achieved, the program scored 83 percent; on the quality of faculty research, the program ranked sixth; and on the percentage salary increase three years after graduation, 72 percent of alumni reported that their salaries have increased in the survey.
The Global Business School Network congratulates the London Business School and the Columbia Business School, who are both GBSN members, on the success of its EMBA-Global program.
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Samara Tu is a Communications and Event Planning Intern at the Global Business School Network.