In the 13th annual Executive MBA ranking from Financial Times, the Kellogg / HKUST joint EMBA program retains the first place position for the fifth straight year.
The top five of the ranking are all EMBA programs offered between two or more business schools, over at least two continents. Second place belongs to the Tsinghua-Insead EMBA, which is followed by the EMBA-Global Americas and Europe, which is offered jointly by Columbia and London Business School.
The top five is rounded out by the Trium Global EMBA (offered by HEC Paris, London School of Economics, and NYU Stern), and the UCLA-NUS EMBA.
This year's ranking features a few new programs, including strong debuts by Nanyang Business School at place 13 and China's Shanghai Jiao Tong University's Antai College of Economics and Management at place 32. Two other China-based programs debuted in the ranking this year: the BI-Fudan MBA at 54, and Renmin University of China's EMBA at 61.
In the ranking, the FT lists schools based on a number of factors, including post-graduation salary and program diversity.
For more information, please see the full 2013 EMBA ranking from the FT.