Joint Programs Top New EMBA Ranking

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

2012 Rank & School2011 RankDifference
26. National Univ. of Singapore19-7
27. Southern California (Marshall)NR—–
27. Kellogg/York (Schulich)11-16
29. Toronto (Rotman)28-1
30. New York (Stern)21-9
31. Imperial College Business School23-8
32. City University (Cass)29-3
32. Columbia Business School25-7
34. Michigan (Ross)32-2
35. Fudan UniversityNR—–
35. Cornell (Johnson)26-9
35. Georgetown (McDonough)35—–
38. Oxford (Said)29-9
39. UCLA (Anderson)37-2
40. European School of Mgt. & TechnologyNR—–
41. ESSEC/Mannheim33-8
41. Rotterdam School of Management39-2
43. Western Ontario (Ivey)36-7
44. UC-Irvine (Merage)NR—–
45. Cornell (Johnson)/Queen’s44-1
46. Kozminski UniversityNR—–
46. Rice (Jones)40-6
48. Euromed Management61+13
49. Emory (Goizueta)41-8
50. Antwerp Management SchoolNR—–

Source: The Financial Times 2012 and 2011 EMBA rankings

 (See following page for the next 25 schools on the list)

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