Saïd Business School's Executive MBA programme rises fifteen places Financial Times ranking
PUBLISHED: 12:13 29 October 2013 | UPDATED: 12:21 29 October 2013
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In its annual EMBA ranking, The Financial Times has placed Saïd Business School 23rd in the world and 3rd in the UK, a rise of fifteen places.
The Financial Times evaluate programmes using two measures: a school survey assessing a number of key criteria such as faculty and academic elements of the Executive MBA, and an alumni survey which was circulated to the school’s 2010 class.
The programme performed strongly in a number of areas, with a ranking of 6th in the world for aims achieved and 8th for career progress of alumni who took part.
“We are pleased that our alumni have indicated that their Oxford Executive MBA has been so central to helping them achieve their goals. The programme offers all of our students an unrivalled network for life and a deep understanding of global business challenges,” said Kathy Harvey, EMBA Programme Director.
“The results of the FT’s ranking reflect not only our commitment to providing a relevant, challenging and highly regarded programme, but our alumni’s confidence in the value of the Oxford experience.”
Oxford’s Executive MBA is a 21-month modular programme containing seventeen week-long residential modules with continuous e-learning taking place between the modules. It is aimed at senior professionals, helping them to realize their potential whilst delivering international general management competence to their organisations.
For more about Saïd Business School, visit: www.sbs.ox.ac.uk