Questrom’s Executive MBA program ranked 46th by The Economist

In the new Which MBA? ranking of Executive MBA Programs released by The Economist on July 2nd, Boston University Questrom School of Business placed 28th of US-based programs and 46th globally.

This is an increase of three places globally from the prior edition in 2015. “Our EMBA program continues to attract exceptional candidates. They are drawn to our curriculum—one which delivers content in a format specifically tailored for managers who seek to make an impact on their organizations,” said Sandy Harper, Assistant Dean of the EMBA Program. The Which MBA? Ranking of Executive MBA programs considered student, faculty and program quality, as well as the career development of program graduates. “We appreciate this external acknowledgment of the quality of our EMBA program as we prepare to welcome a new class of leaders to Boston this fall.”

Read the complete rankings on The Economist.

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