In the latest Bloomberg Businessweek ranking of the world’s top executive MBA programs, Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management has reclaimed the top spot after a two-year absence. Since the biennial ranking was launched 22 years ago, Kellogg was the only school to ever hold the top rank until 2011, when it was displaced by the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business. Now Kellogg returns to the top, thanks to a strong showing in student satisfaction and top marks from students for its teaching and curriculum.
In the slides that follow, we list the 42 top EMBA programs. To see the complete list, including the new second tier, visit the interactive table. To learn more about individual programs, check out their online profiles or use our comparator tool. And for a detailed explanation of our methodology, read our FAQ.
Note: Tuition represents the total tuition and fees for the entire EMBA program, unless otherwise noted. Teaching quality letter grades are based on Bloomberg Businessweek survey of EMBA graduates. NR=not ranked.
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