In The Economist's just released 2018 Executive MBA (EMBA) rankings, Weatherhead's EMBA program climbed five spots to 21st in the U.S. and three spots to 31st globally. This new ranking comes on the heels of Weatherhead’s full- and part-time MBA programs surging to 33rd and 55th in the country, respectively, in the US News & World Report rankings out in March.
The Economist used information collected from surveys sent to business schools, current students and alumni, which asked questions based on salaries, classmates, faculty and facilities. The program was assessed in two main categories: personal development/educational experience and career development. The last ranking from the Economist was released in 2015. And this year, the publication asserts that EMBA programs are “more popular than ever.”
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