LBS, Saïd in Top 10 of New EMBA Ranking

Four London metro business schools made the list of the 2016 Best Executive MBA Programs compiled by the careers site Ivy Exec, with two of the London schools landing in the top 10.

London Business School came in at No. 4, making it Ivy Exec’s highest-ranked EMBA program outside the United States. Saïd Business School – University Of Oxford was No. 10.

Also making the Ivy Exec list were the EMBA programs at Cass Business School – City University, London and Cranfield School of Management.

To put together the rankings, Ivy Exec surveyed its members about Executive MBA programs worldwide. The schools were scored in these categories: reputation, career advancement, curriculum, life balance and globalness. The Wharton School — University of Pennsylvania was the top-ranking EMBA program in Ivy Exec survey.

Ivy Exec’s partner schools are Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University, Kellogg School of Management-Northwestern University, Columbia Business School and Saïd Business School – University Of Oxford.

The London metro programs cited in the Ivy Exec ranking also made the top 100 in the recent list of top EMBA programs by the Financial Times.

Executive MBA programs are designed to serve experienced professionals who want to continue their careers while pursuing the degree. They can be a significant investment. For advice on how to ask your employer to pay for your Executive MBA degree, read our interview with David Klindienst, the director of Graduate Business Program Development at Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business & Management.


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Sarah Beckham

Sarah is a staff writer, covering London-area MBA news for MetroMBA.

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