In the Financial Times worldwide ranking of Executive MBAs published today, Warwick Business School (WBS) has jumped 10 places to 24th in the world and is second only to London Business School in the UK. One hundred business schools from 27 countries participated.
The Financial Times measures school and graduate performances through 16 key areas which can be broadly split into four categories:
- Salary and employment
- Staff and student composition
- International dimension
- Quality of faculty
Warwick Business School’s MBA graduates scored a 98% increase in their salary from pre-MBA to three years after graduating. This was the second highest percentage increase in the world in this ranking.
Dean of WBS Professor Mark Taylor comments:
The performance of our Executive MBA graduates is quite spectacular especially when you take into account the current global economic climate, and shows the high value of a Warwick qualification for talented and ambitious managers.
We are delighted at our rise in these rankings. It is a deserved recognition of the quality and efforts of our staff, our MBA participants, and our corporate partners, who have all contributed to this great result.”
View the full EMBA ranking 2012 on the Financial Times website.