CBS Executive MBA climbs the FT Ranking
While the financial crisis is raging around us the CBS Executive MBA climbing to a new record high on one of the most recognized rankings around. When companies around the world is looking for executive education at the very highest level one of the first places they look is at the Financial Times ranking of Executive MBA. It is therefore an honor for CBS to be listed in the ranking together with business schools like Harvard, Kellogg and London Business School.
CBS have been on the FT ranking since 2005 where CBS came in as no 73 out of the 100 on the list. The data that came into the ranking was collected from the EMBAs that graduated three years before in 2002. In 2009 the school was ranked as no. 58 on the list, a great improvement from a placement as no. 69 the year before. The competition between the different business schools offering MBA programs is fierce. In the last couple of years there have been consolidations between different school where programs have been consolidating in order to give a more international perspective in the offerings and collectively getting greater numbers of participants. Hereby the big business schools have been created very big programs that offer MBA programs to virtually hundreds of students. It is these programs that dominate the top of the ranking.
So what is the benefit of enrolling in a MBA from CBS?
For most of the participants is the aim of taking an MBA personal development and the opportunity to rise within their organizations. And for many these aims are achieved and even surpassed. Three years after graduation participants experience average a 46% rise in pay and most have climb in their organization to a level that matches their ambitions and original reasons for enrollment.
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