Boston University’s Executive MBA program (EMBA) has been ranked 1st in New England and 49th in the world by The Economist.
Nationally, BU stood out for the excellence of students and faculty alike. The program placed in the top 10 among US programs for Quality of Students, and for both Professional and Managerial Experience. Demonstrating BU’s commitment to world-class, executive-focused education, students and alumni rated their faculty an extraordinary 4.72 out of 5.
“We’re proud to be recognized as a truly executive EMBA,” says Jonathan Lehrich, associate dean for executive education. “Mid-career leaders choose the BU EMBA because they are already successful—and therefore eager for the next challenge.”
This is The Economist’s second bi-annual ranking of executive MBA programs and is based on a diverse set of quantitative measures of student experience, as well as questionnaires completed by current students and alumni of the last three graduating classes.
The ranking continues a trend of external recognition of the Questrom School of Business as it now forges ahead with the name of one of its most distinguished alumni, Allen Questrom (’64).
The BU EMBA program is renowned for its integrated, intimate structure. Alumni consistently report exceptional ROI, extending far beyond the 18-month curriculum. Now in its 28th year, the program features the pioneering faculty and groundbreaking insights found only at leading research institutions like Boston University.
Read more about Boston University’s Executive MBA program here.
Full coverage of The Economist’s ranking of executive MBA programs can be found here.