Joint program from Northwestern Kellogg and York Schulich tops EMBA rankings

With four programs in the top ten, Northwestern Kellogg is the "clear winner" of The Economist's first Executive MBA program rankings, according to the weekly news magazine.

The list is led by Northwestern's joint EMBA with Schulich, and is followed by IE Business School's Global Executive MBA. In third place is the joint EMBA from UCLA Anderson and the National University of Singapore. Rounding out the top five is Oxford Saïd's Executive MBA and IESE's Global Executive MBA.

Northwestern Kellogg appears again with two additional joint EMBA programs: at spot 6 with HKUST and at spot 7 with Germany's WHU's Otto Beisheim School of Management. Kellogg has position 8 all to itself with its traditional EMBA program.

The top ten is rounded out by Chicago Booth and IMD.

According to The Economist, the ranking is based on criteria in two categories: personal development/educational experience and career development.

To see the full list of schools, please see The Economist's EMBA rankings page.

You can also read more about business school rankings at FIND MBA Rankings page.

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