Chinese executive MBA programs get the nod
The Financial Times’ 2014 executive MBA program rankings show Chinese and Chinajoint programs occupying 13 of the top 50 places. Twelve years ago, only two Chinese programs made the top 50.
Stern’s global TRIUM program at New York University was rated No 1 of more than 100 international EMBAs. TRIUM, which NYU Stern heads in conjunction with HEC Paris and the London School of Economics, jumped ahead of the program jointly offered by the Business School at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in the US.
That program held the top ranking for the last five years.
EMBA programs in the US counted for 18 of the top 50 places.