Five international partnership programs top this year's list

The Financial Times today published its 2012 ranking of Executive MBA programs.

Atop this years listings are five international partnership EMBA programs: the Kellogg-HKUST EMBA; the EMBA from Columbia and London Business School; the Global Trium Program from NYU Stern, HEC Paris, and the London School of Economics; the Tsinghua/INSEAD EMBA; and the UCLA-NUS EMBA program.

For complete coverage, please visit the 2012 FT EMBA rankings.
 

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