ATLANTA — The Executive Education Program at Goizueta Business School moved up eight spots to No. 22 in the world (No. 7 in U.S. business schools) in rankings released Monday by Financial Times.

Data gathered to determine the ranking is from the business schools and from their corporate clients in 2017. Each school must nominate a minimum of 20 clients. At least five of them must complete the Financial Times survey for a school to be eligible for the final ranking. The full ranking can be found here.

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