The Executive MBA Program at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School was ranked 41st in the world in rankings released this week by the Financial Times. Among schools that only operate in the United States, the EMBA program ranked No. 12.
The ranking puts emphasis on international faculty, international students and international experiences. It also focuses on salary progression of program graduates.
“We are encouraged that outside organizations like Financial Times recognize the hard work we have done to make a great program,” said Steve Walton, Associate Dean of the Executive MBA Program. “Our program continues to improve and innovate. The quality of our students continues to be excellent, our faculty continues to be outstanding and he program staff continues to be deeply invested in delivering a world-class program.”
The Executive MBA Program also ranks No. 12 in the world by Bloomberg BusinessWeek (2009) and No. 12 in the nation by U.S. News and World Report (2011).