In its latest survey of global executive education programs, the Financial Times has ranked the Freeman School's Executive MBA program 71st in the world and 26th among U.S. programs. The ranking, which was published on Oct. 27, represents a three-spot jump over last year's ranking.
"I think our innovative and global curriculum, our superior faculty, and the quality of our students help to set us apart," says Russ Robins, associate dean for executive education. "We also continually ask for input from our students and listen to what they tell us. Delivering what our students want and need is fundamental to the quality and success of the program."
The Financial Times bases its Executive MBA ranking on two separate surveys, one of the schools and another of alumni who graduated from the respective programs three years ago. A total of 7,300 alumni from 109 business schools were contacted for this year's survey.
Last Updated 11/19/08