New E-MBA Ranking from IvyExec?


cvm

Hi,

I didn't know about this ranking but I guess it is worth looking at:

Their methodology is based firstly on surveying their community to determine the most important differentiation criteria (the outcome was - Career Advancement, Curriculum, Market Reputation/Institutional Prestige, Globalness, Life/Balance and Program Cost/Affordability), secondly to benchmark a set of EMBA against them and finally to weight the data considering some public information available from websites, brochures, etc).

https://www.ivyexec.com/best-executive-mba-rankings/#

Thoughts?

Regards,

Hi,

I didn't know about this ranking but I guess it is worth looking at:

Their methodology is based firstly on surveying their community to determine the most important differentiation criteria (the outcome was - Career Advancement, Curriculum, Market Reputation/Institutional Prestige, Globalness, Life/Balance and Program Cost/Affordability), secondly to benchmark a set of EMBA against them and finally to weight the data considering some public information available from websites, brochures, etc).

https://www.ivyexec.com/best-executive-mba-rankings/#

Thoughts?

Regards,
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Duncan

Speaking as an LBS EMBA graduate, I don't think LBS is #4 in the real world.

Speaking as an LBS EMBA graduate, I don't think LBS is #4 in the real world.
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I don't know. I like how part of the ranking includes other publications' ranking information, but it doesn't tell me which rankings it includes in this metric.

Also, I'm not really clear on the relevance of their survey group. It says that this employment agency asked their "community," but it has no information about who their community is made up of. For instance, are people in this group weighing in on programs that they've attended, or something else, like what they've heard about these programs?

I don't know. I like how part of the ranking includes other publications' ranking information, but it doesn't tell me which rankings it includes in this metric.

Also, I'm not really clear on the relevance of their survey group. It says that this employment agency asked their "community," but it has no information about who their community is made up of. For instance, are people in this group weighing in on programs that they've attended, or something else, like what they've heard about these programs?
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