The new Financial Times Executive MBA Rankings for 2016 rate EMBAs delivered by BMI partner schools HEC Paris and Shanghai Jiao Tong University at #3 and #7 worldwide.
“HEC Paris from France, one of BMI’s founders, has long been a global leader in management education, and Shanghai Jiao Tong University, our Chinese partner, is a rising star beyond just Asia. It’s great to see them further advancing in excellence,” said BMI Director General Jaunius Pusvaškis.
“Partnership with business schools that really are the best in the world – letting us access their top faculty members and tremendous other resources – is what makes BMI’s own EMBA and other programmes so strong. When we talk about our 100% international professors and executive studies on three continents, it´s not just words – it´s a reality, at the highest level,” Mr Pusvaškis added.
The “TRIUM Global Executive MBA”, which HEC Paris delivers jointly with New York University Stern School of Business, London School of Economics and Political Science, kept its #3 global position in the new FT ranking. The programme ranks #1 in the world for the international experience it provides to participants, and also #1 globally for the quality of its students’ professional experience. It ranks higher than all other European EMBAs, including those at Insead (#4), IE (#10) and IESE (#11).
The global rank of Shanghai Jiao Tong University’s “Antai EMBA” rose to #7 this year, from #10 in 2015 and #17 in 2014. Graduates of the programme show an average salary increase of 89 percent.
The full FT Executive MBA Ranking for 2016 is available here