CBS Executive MBA placed #12 in Europe in the QS EMBA Ranking
London, 1st March for the first time, the QS Global 100 E-MBA Rankings by Region rating the best programs worldwide for working senior executives was published where CBS E-MBA placed #12 in Europe.
The rankings by region combines input from thought leaders in Business & Management alongside the perceptions of global employers who recruit from the world’s best E-MBA programs. The result brought together over 200 schools & programs which were surveyed between November 2016 and January 2017. A total of 120 programs were ranked.
Nunzio Quacquarelli, CEO of QS said: “Studying an Executive MBA is a major investment in one’s career. These days, many students are self-funded, either by choice or necessity. We have compiled these rankings with them in mind. Our objective is to provide aspirant EMBA students with a unique lens, helping them to put into focus programs relevant to their individual goals and ambitions”.
Overall CBS EMBA ranked #12 but in these two sub-categories we performed particularly well.
No 2 in Thought Leadership:
Academic Reputation* (Thought Leadership) score is an acknowledgement of the quality of the research conducted at CBS and of the faculty teaching in our E-MBA programmes.
No 2 in Executive Profiles:
CBS E-MBA also performed very well when it came to the profile of our E-MBA participants. The Executive profile includes average years of work experience, managerial experience, C-suite positions and average pre E-MBA salary.
Poul Hedegaard, CBS MBA Director said: "It's important for CBS to offer one of Europe's best Executive MBA programs. We are constantly seeking to improve the quality of the program and to attract the highest level of students. We are happy and proud that our efforts have been awarded by the QS GLOBAL 100 EMBA RANKING!”
View the complete rankings here: http://www.topmba.com/emba-rankings
*Note: Academic Reputation (Thought Leadership) score is based on data collected through the QS Academic Survey where respondents are first asked to identify their areas of expertise and then to list up to 10 domestic and 30 international institutions that they consider excellent for research in those fields. The Academic Index also looks at publication productivity and citations.