The Economist ranks Weatherhead EMBA #1 in Ohio, #34 in the world
Posted 7.22.13The Economist ranks Case Western Reserve University's Weatherhead School of Management's EMBA #1 in Ohio, #34 in the world
July 19, 2013
Contact: Marv Kropko
Our EMBA program, geared toward professionals with at least 10 years of experience, allows students to interact with faculty from Weatherhead’s Organizational Behavior Department, considered among the best in the world.
“We are delighted to be included in the Economist’s very first ranking of EMBA programs,” said Robert E. Widing II, PhD, dean of the school and Albert J. Weatherhead III Professor of Management. “As a school, we promote good global citizenship and value an international perspective. That our EMBA is ranked No. 34 among impressive institutions around the world is further recognition of the global relevance of what we teach and practice at Weatherhead.”
Rankings by the U.K.-based publication were based on information about curriculum and faculty and feedback from current EMBA students and alumni from the last three graduating classes.
The Economist rates full-time MBA programs annually in its “Which MBA?” ranking. Weatherhead’s full-time MBA most recently ranked #100 worldwide.
Case Western Reserve University is one of the country’s leading research institutions. Located in Cleveland, we offer a unique combination of forward-thinking educational opportunities in an inspiring cultural setting. Our leading-edge faculty engage in teaching and research in a collaborative, hands-on environment. Our nationally recognized programs include arts and sciences, dental medicine, engineering, law, management, medicine, nursing and social work. About 4,200 undergraduate and 5,600 graduate students comprise our student body. Visit case.edu to see how Case Western Reserve thinks beyond the possible.
The Weatherhead School of Management is different from other business schools. We are bold in our ideas, creative in our approach, and adaptive in our interactions within a changing business environment. We’ve enhanced traditional management education by integrating the fundamentals of business with ideas and practices that change individuals, organizations and societies. At Weatherhead, we develop leaders who are global citizens capable of innovation using design principles to create sustainable value.
Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University cultivates creativity, innovation, and purpose-driven leadership to design a better world.