IE Business School, 14th in the World in the Financial Times Executive MBA Rankings 2021
The Global Executive MBA program at IE Business School recognized as 1st in work experience category.
In the latest ranking from the Financial Times, IE Business School’s Global Executive MBA ranks 14th in the world and 10th in Europe. The 15-month EMBA program is specifically focused on business innovation, global business, and global leadership and is delivered in the blended format, which applies IE University’s liquid learning model for a dynamic learning experience that includes online learning and in-person residential periods.
Within this year’s Executive MBA Rankings, IE Business School holds the top position in the work experience category, which is based on the pre-EMBA career profile of graduates. Also, the School ranked 2nd for having corporate social responsibility as part of its core curriculum and 7th for international course experience.
“The Global Executive MBA at IE Business School is for those individuals who aspire to be on the forefront of transformation in their industry and organization,” said Budimir Sever, Associate Dean of Part-Time and Executive MBA programs at IE Business School.
“The program focuses on helping students develop a global vision and innovative mindset, both of which are particularly important in today’s constantly changing business environment, in a format that immerses them in the real world of business.”
Budimir Sever, Associate Dean of Part-Time and Executive MBA programs at IE Business School
The annual Financial Times Executive MBA Rankings are designed to measure the quality of Executive MBA programs in business schools around the world. Criteria such as the salary and career progression of the participants, the international projection of the program and the diversity of the faculty and student body are taken into account by these rankings.
This latest Financial Times ranking follows the publication’s ranking of the IE Business School’s Master in Management program as 13th worldwide and the QS World University Business Masters Ranking in which the Master in Management program was awarded 5th worldwide, the School’s International MBA positioned 7th worldwide, and the Master in Finance 11th worldwide.