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Financial Times ranking of Executive MBA 2012

16 października 2012

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"Financial Times" has just published this year's ranking of Executive MBA. Among the 100 programs listed there is only one program from Poland: Executive MBA offered by the Leon Kozminski Academy (ALK). The program took 46th place.

"Financial Times" took into account three criteria. First criterion concerned the careers of graduates (annual income level and growth, career advancement, change in the position of graduates). Second criterion was a diversity at a university (the proportion of women in the faculty, and students, as well as international participation of students and faculty). Third criterion was an innovation (achievements and qualifications of staff).

Ranking leaders were international programs, which are often in consortia of universities. First place was taken by the program Kellogg / Hong Kong UST Business School of Hong Kong (HK UST-Kellogg EMBA). Second by MBA - Global Americas and Europe (Columbia and London Business School). Third by the Trium Global EMBA (consortium HEC Paris, London School of Economics and New York University, Stern). The ranking is full of the programs from USA. A lot of programs are also from Asia. There were a number of European programs, and among them is one from Poland: Executive MBA (EMBA) from the Leon Kozminski Academy (ALK) – 46th place.

The ranking has been carried out continuously for 12 years. A key criterion in the ranking is the development of careers of graduates - including height and an increase in their annual salary three years after graduation.

More on this can be read at:
rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/emba-ranking-2012