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
76. University of Miami94+18
77. Centrum CatolicaNR—–
78. Koc UniversityNR—–
79. Southern Methodist (Cox)70-9
80. Minnesota (Carlson)NR—–
80. Rochester (Simon)90+10
80. Tulane (Freeman)74-6
83. Aaito UniversityNR—–
83. Thunderbird93+10
85. FIA – Fundacao Instituto57-28
86. Tilburg, TiasNimbasNR—–
86. Tongji University/ENPC56-30
88. Georgia Institute of Technology60-28
88. University College Dublin (Smurfit)57-31
90. Vierick Business SchoolNR—–
91. Buffalo62-29
92. Copenhagen Business School76-16
92. Queen’s School of Business84-8
94. Ashridge62-32
95. Georgia (Terry)75-20
96. HEC LausanneNR—–
96. Baylor (Hankamer)89-7
96. Denver (Daniels)99+3
99. Alberta/Calgary (Haskayne)73-26
100. University of ZurichNR—–

Source: The Financial Times 2012 and 2011 EMBA rankings


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