Joint Programs Top New EMBA Ranking

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

2012 Rank & School2011 RankDifference
51. Vienna University/Minnesota (Carlson)38-13
51. Maryland (Smith)48-3
53. Henley Business School50-3
54. University of Hong Kong/FudanNR—–
54. Texas-Austin (McCombs)45-9
56. University of St. Gallen78+22
56. Ohio State (Fisher)80+24
58. Texas A&M (Mays)54-4
59. Vanderbilt (Owen)49-10
60. University of Pretoria67+7
60. EMLyon Business SchoolNR—–
62. Pittsburgh (Katz)41-21
63. Illinois-Urbana-ChampaignNR—–
63. Temple (Fox)52-11
63. Georgia State (Robinson)64+1
66. Boston UniversityNR—–
66. SDA Bocconi67+1
66. National Taiwan University45-21
66. Texas-Dallas (Jindal)76+10
70. Yonsei University School of Business57-13
70. Rutgers Business School70—–
70. Washington (Foster)83+13
73. Fordham University87+14
73. Villanova School of Business51-22
75. Cranfield School of Management47-28

Source: The Financial Times 2012 and 2011 EMBA rankings

(See following page for schools ranked 76th through 100)

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