October 18, 2016

Aalto EMBA continues to climb up Financial Times global ranking

Nearly 50 per cent of all graduates on the programmes that participated in the ranking completed the survey.
Nearly 50 per cent of all graduates on the programmes that participated in the ranking completed the survey.
Aalto University

Aalto University’s Executive MBA programme has leapt up 15 steps on Financial Times’ annual list, which only considers the best 100 out of the thousands of EMBAs found around the world.

The prestigious Financial Times ranking assesses programmes across 15 categories such as teacher qualifications, students’ career progress and salaries. Data are collected through two online surveys: one completed by participating institutions and one by alumni, who graduated from their nominated programmes in 2013.

Nearly 50 per cent of all graduates on participating programmes completed the survey.

Last year, Aalto’s EMBA was ranked number 76, which was seven spots higher than the year before.

The top three places were filled by the same programmes as last year; only the order changed slightly. Last year’s number one Tsinghua University and Insead’s Tsinghua-Insead EMBA was beaten by Kellogg and Hong Kong UST Business School’s Kellogg-HKUST EMBA. The third in the ranking was, like last year, Trium Global EMBA, offered by Trium: HEC Paris, LSE and New York University: Stern.

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