Joint Programs Top New EMBA Ranking

The 2012 Financial Times Ranking of the World’s Best EMBA Programs

2012 Rank & School2011 RankDifference
  1. Kellogg/Hong Kong UST1—–
  2. Columbia/London Business School3+1
  3. Trium: HEC Paris/LSE/NYU Stern2-1
  4. Tsinghua/INSEADNR—–
  5. UCLA Anderson/Nat’l Univ. of Singapore9+4
  6. INSEAD4-2
  7. CEIBS11+4
  8. Pennsylvania (Wharton)7-1
  9. Washington Olin/Fudan15+6
10. Chicago (Booth)5-5
11. Sun Yat-Sen Business SchoolNR—–
12. Korea University Business School23+11
12. IE Business School7-5
14. IESE Business School13-1
15. London Business School10-5
16. Duke (Fuqua) (Global Executive)6-10
17. CUHK Business School14-3
18. Kellogg/WHU Beisheim17-1
19. Georgetown/ESADENR—–
20. IMD16-4
21. ESCP Europe31+10
21. Arizona State (Carey)20-1
23. Northwestern (Kellogg)17-6
24. One MBA: UNC/CUHK & othersNR—–
24. Warwick Business School34+10

Source: The Financial Times 2012 and 2011 EMBA rankings

(See the following page for schools ranked 26th through 50th) 

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