FT 2018 EMBA Ranking - Losers


mba hipste...
The EMBA Ranking is out today, and these are the programs that were listed last year but fell out this year:

Fordham EMBA (ranked 93 last year)
ESADE / Georgetown Global EMBA (ranked 41 last year)
Rochester - Simon EMBA (93 last year)
Baylor EMBA (89 last year)
Lisbon MBA (95 last year)
Sabanci EMBA (95 last year)
Temple - Fox EMBA (56 last year)
Zurich EMBA (58 last year)

Not many surprises, Fordham and Rochester were definitely on their way out. I'm not sure how Baylor was able to get in in previous years, in all honesty.

I'm not sure what happened to that ESADE / Georgetown program though - it had been doing ok in previous years with good salary stats. The Zurich program too, it's the first year since 2011 that it hasn't been in the ranking.
The EMBA Ranking is out today, and these are the programs that were listed last year but fell out this year:

Fordham EMBA (ranked 93 last year)
ESADE / Georgetown Global EMBA (ranked 41 last year)
Rochester - Simon EMBA (93 last year)
Baylor EMBA (89 last year)
Lisbon MBA (95 last year)
Sabanci EMBA (95 last year)
Temple - Fox EMBA (56 last year)
Zurich EMBA (58 last year)

Not many surprises, Fordham and Rochester were definitely on their way out. I'm not sure how Baylor was able to get in in previous years, in all honesty.

I'm not sure what happened to that ESADE / Georgetown program though - it had been doing ok in previous years with good salary stats. The Zurich program too, it's the first year since 2011 that it hasn't been in the ranking.
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mba hipste...
Also surprising how the Sabanci EMBA leave the ranking as the Koc program is making decent gains over the past few years.
Also surprising how the Sabanci EMBA leave the ranking as the Koc program is making decent gains over the past few years.
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Duncan
With many of the smaller programmes it could simply have been about the poor number of responses.
With many of the smaller programmes it could simply have been about the poor number of responses.
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Razors Edg...
I would tend to agree that some of these programs might not have consistent responses from year to year. The ESADE - Georgetown - INCAE program drops out of the ranking every couple of years and I would imagine that lack of response from alumni might be an issue (class size is quite small from what I understand.) The Zurich EMBA dropping out is a bit more of a surprise.
I would tend to agree that some of these programs might not have consistent responses from year to year. The ESADE - Georgetown - INCAE program drops out of the ranking every couple of years and I would imagine that lack of response from alumni might be an issue (class size is quite small from what I understand.) The Zurich EMBA dropping out is a bit more of a surprise.
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