The Financial Times of London yesterday ranked the Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA (EMBA) at York University the number one EMBA program in Canada and number 11 in the world.
This is the fifth year that Schulich has been eligible to participate in the Financial Times ranking and the fifth straight year that the Kellogg-Schulich EMBA program has been ranked number one in Canada.
“We’re pleased to have been rated the number one EMBA program in Canada for the fifth straight year by the Financial Times of London, and we're especially pleased that we strongly improved our overall global position this year and now rank among the very best EMBA programs in the world,” said Schulich Dean Dezsö J. Horváth (right).
In placing 11th globally in the 2011 Financial Times ranking, the Kellogg-Schulich EMBA program finished ahead of IMD in Switzerland, the Stern School of Business at New York University and the Berkeley/Columbia EMBA, and just behind London Business School and Wharton. Among EMBA programs based in North America or involving North American schools, the Kellogg-Schulich EMBA ranked sixth overall and was the only Canadian program to make the world’s top 25.
Among Canadian-based programs, the Kellogg-Schulich EMBA placed ahead of the EMBA programs delivered by the Rotman School of Management, which ranked 28th; the Ivey School of Business, ranked 36th; the Cornell-Queen’s EMBA, ranked 44th; the Alberta-Haskayne EMBA (a joint program delivered by the University of Alberta School of Business and the University of Calgary’s Haskayne School of Business), ranked 73rd; and the Queen's EMBA, which ranked 84th overall. For complete details regarding the rankings, visit the Financial Times website.
Other survey highlights
The Kellogg-Schulich EMBA ranked among the top 15 in the world in the following categories:
- Third in the world in the “International Students” category, which measures international diversity and experience in the classroom.
- Eighth in the world in the “Work Experience” category, which measures the seniority and international experience of the EMBA program’s students.
- 12th in the world in the “International Course Experience” category, which measures the percentage of classroom teaching hours carried out in countries outside of the country where the program is located.
- 14th in the world in the "Career Progress" category, which measures rises in the seniority of job positions held.
- 15th in the world in the “Research” category, which measures the number of articles published by the entire faculty in leading academic and business practitioner journals.
Yesterday’s Financial Times survey marks the third straight ranking in which one of Schulich's MBA or EMBA programs has been ranked among the world's best. Earlier this month, Schulich's MBA program was ranked number nine globally by The Economist magazine and ranked number two in the world by the Aspen Institute, a US-based leadership think tank.
Republished courtesy of YFile– York University’s daily e-bulletin.