Twenty out of top-25 schools are based in the United States

US daily newspaper The Wall Street Journal has published its first survey of executive MBA (EMBA) programs. Twenty out of the top-25 programs are based in the United States. The top-five programs include Northwestern (Kellogg), Pennsylvania (Wharton), Thunderbird, USC (Marshall), and the University of North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler).

The rankings are based on surveys of students and businesses.

For full coverage, visit the WSJ website.

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