CBS E-MBA takes giant leap in Financial Times global 2015 E-MBA ranking

The CBS Executive MBA has taken a giant leap upwards and snatched place 62 in the Financial Times Global E-MBA Rankings 2015.

10/19/2015

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CBS E-MBA takes giant leap in Financial Times global 2015 E-MBA ranking

The CBS Executive MBA has taken a giant leap upward and snatched place 62 in the global Financial Times E-MBA ranking 2015. Climbing 29 places compared with the rank in 2014, the CBS E-MBA is currently ranked the best single-university E-MBA in the Nordic region.
 
 “Participants who enroll in the Executive MBA from CBS should expect executive education of the very highest quality,” says Poul Hedegaard, CBS MBA director. “We are very pleased to be recognised as one of the best programmes globally by the most influential E-MBA rankings, Financial Times. Rankings are a great way to benchmark the education that we offer with other programmes internationally and, alongside accreditations, they make up an important information source for prospective students.”
 
The CBS E-MBA performed particularly well in the sub-category ‘career progress’, achieving a global rank of 13. This rank is calculated according to changes in the level of seniority and the size of the company that alumni work in now versus before their CBS E-MBA.
 
“Typically, participants join us with 15+ years of work experience and a clear plan to reach the very highest level in their organisation or industry,” states Lone Ryevad Boysen, admissions manager for the CBS E-MBA.  “We are particularly pleased to see that the CBS E-MBA delivers the career boost participants are looking for prior to enrolling.”
 
Jesper Rangvid, associate dean for the CBS E-MBA and professor of finance at CBS, comments: 
 
“Studying for your E-MBA programme in the research-based university-setting that CBS offers is immensely valuable. During the last couple of years, we have used our many years of experience to fine-tune the design and programme delivery of our already high-quality E-MBA, and we are happy to see that our position in the rankings supports our ambitions.”
 
Financial Times practices strict criteria in order for E-MBA programmes to be considered for inclusion. The schools must be accredited by either the US’s Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business or the European Equis accreditation bodies and the programmes must also have run for at least four consecutive years. Read more about the methodology behind the rankings here.
 
View the full rankings table here.
 
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