Trium Tops New FT Ranking Of EMBAs

The 2014 Financial Times Ranking of EMBA Programs

 

2014 Rank & School2013 RankChangeAverage Salary
  1. Trium: NYU, HEC Paris, London Business School4+3$307,003
  2. Kellogg/Hong Kong UST1-1$403,560
  3. Tsinghua/INSEAD2-1$304,843
  4. UCLA/National University of Singapore5+1$279,284
  5. Columbia Business School/London Business School3-2$252,539
  6. University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)7+1$223,809
  7. Washington University/Fudan6-1$269,775
  8. Nanyang Business School in Singapore13+5$221,672
  9. INSEAD11+2$186,211
10. CEIBS in China10——$283,503
11. University of Chicago (Booth)9-2$221,584
12. IESE Business School12——$218,434
13. Northwestern University (Kellogg)24+11$241,096
13. IE Business SchoolNR——$198,402
15. IMD19+4$246,395
16. ESCP Europe25+9$155,087
17. Shanghai Jiao Tong University: Antai32+15$260,708
18. National University of Singapore17-1$244,911
19. Duke University (Fuqua)8-11$236,118
19. Warwick Business School21+2$148,680
21. University of Oxford (Saïd)23+2$205,942
22. Georgetown University/ESADE15-7$217,870
22. Kellogg/WHU Beisheim18-4$176,998
24. China University of Hong Kong13-11$271,138
25. Columbia Business School30+5$197,029
25. London Business School20-5$172,028

Source: The Financial Times 2014 EMBA ranking

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