Joint international programs get 3 of the top 5 spots

The UK newspaper The Financial Times has published its annual rankings of executive MBA (EMBA) programs. Three of the five top-ranked programs in this year's ranking are programs hosted by two or more universities/business schools, including the Kellogg/Hong Kong UST Business School, the Trium Global Executive MBA (HEC Paris, LSE, and NYU), and Columbia's joint program with Columbia Business School.

Schools ranking in the top ten are listed below. For full coverage, please visit the Financial Times EMBA rankings.

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