Financial Times released 2006 Executive MBA Rankings
London has increased its lead as the hottest city for executive MBA degrees according to the latest ranking from the Financial Times. However, the Wharton school at the University of Pennsylvania retains its number one slot in the global EMBA rankings.
According to the rankings, four out of the top seven programmes in the ranking of 85 EMBA programmes are taught wholly or partly in London. These include two programmes taught by London Business School, including the EMBA Global joint programme with Columbia in New York, one EMBA run by the University of Chicago in London and the Trium EMBA run jointly by the London School of Economics and Political Science, the Stern school at New York University and HEC Paris.
Other top cities are Hong Kong, Shanghai and New York, while the EMBA programme from Instituto de Empresa, in Madrid was ranked five.
To view the rankings and read the articles, please go to the EMBA 2006 special report and the interactive EMBA 2006 ranking. Rank 2006 School Name Country 1 University of Pennsylvania: Wharton U.S.A. 2 Columbia/London Business School U.S.A./ U.K. 3 Kellogg/Hong Kong UST Business School China 4 Trium: HEC Paris/LSE/New York University: Stern France/ U.K./ U.S.A. 5 Instituto de Empresa Spain 6 University of Chicago GSB U.S.A./ U.K./ Singapore 7 London Business School U.K. 8 Washington University: Olin China 9 Duke University: Fuqua U.S.A. 10 Northwestern University: Kellogg U.S.A. 11 Columbia Business School U.S.A. 12 Purdue/Tias/CEU/GISMA U.S.A./ Netherlands/ Hungary/ Germany 13 Kellogg/WHU-Otto Beisheim School Germany 14 Warwick Business School U.K. 15 City University: Cass U.K. 15 Chinese University of Hong Kong China 17 Ceibs China 18 New York University: Stern U.S.A. 19 IMD Switzerland 19 Cornell University: Johnson U.S.A.