The Top 25 Executive MBA Programs in Europe and Asia

POETS&QUANTS’ TOP 25 EXECUTIVE MBA PROGRAMS IN EUROPE & ASIA

2011 Rank & SchoolIndexFTBWWSJ
1. IE Business School  Madrid, Spain100.07624
2. INSEAD  Fontainebleu, France & Singapore67.3419NR
3. IMD  Lausanne, Switzerland65.41216NR
4. London Business School  London, UK64.7624NR
5. IESE Business School  Barcelona, Spain61.32613NR
6. Chinese University of Hong Kong  Hong Kong57.710STNR
7. Oxford (Said)  Oxford, UK49.432STNR
8. Kellogg/University of Science & Technology  Evanston, IL & Hong Kong37.61NRNR
9. Columbia/London  New York, NY & London, UK37.22NRNR
10. TRIUM: NYU/London School of Economics/HEC  New York, London & Paris37.23NRNR
11. City University (Cass)  London, UK34.010NRNR
12. Kellogg/WHU Otto Beisheim  Evanston, IL & Vallendar, Germany32.714NRNR
13. ESADE  Barcelona, Spain31.6NR17NR
14. CEIBS  Shanghai, China31.018NRNR
15. Purdue/Tias Nimbas-GISMA-CEU  Lafayette, IN, Netherlands, Hungary, Germany30.121NRNR
16. OneMBA: UNC/CUHK/Erasmus/Monterrey/et al  Chapel Hill, Hong Kong, The Netherlands, Mexico29.722NRNR
17. Rotterdam (Erasmus)  The Netherlands28.824NRNR
18. National University of Singapore  Singapore27.827NRNR
19. ESSEC/Manheim  France & Singapore/Germany25.832NRNR
20. Imperial College Business School  London, UK25.234NRNR
21. Warwick Business School  Coventry, UK24.835NRNR
22. Nat’l Taiwan University College of Management  Taipei, Taiwan24.137NRNR
23. Tongij University/ENPC  Shanghai, China23.339NRNR
24. Cranfield School of Management  Bedford, U.K.21.244NRNR
25. Copenhagen Business School  Frederiksberg, Denmark20.347NRNR

SOURCE: Poets&Quants ranking is a composite of the three latest ratings by BusinessWeek (2009), The Financial Times (2010), and The Wall Street Journal (2010). Both BusinessWeek and The Wall Street Journal rank Executive MBA programs every other year, while The Financial Times publishes its rating annually.

 

 

About The Author

John A. Byrne is the founder and editor-in-chief of C-Change Media, publishers of Poets&Quants and four other higher education websites. He has authored or co-authored more than ten books, including two New York Times bestsellers. John is the former executive editor of Businessweek, editor-in-chief of Businessweek. com, editor-in-chief of Fast Company, and the creator of the first regularly published rankings of business schools. As the co-founder of CentreCourt MBA Festivals, he hopes to meet you at the next MBA event in-person or online.