Georgetown GEMBA and EMBA Programs Ranked Highly by Economist
July 30, 2013
In their inaugural ranking of worldwide EMBA programs, The Economist listed the Georgetown-ESADE Global Executive MBA program as 12th in the world and the Executive MBA as 27th in the world and 14th in the United States.
The ranking measures the personal development, educational experience, and career development of students and alumni in the program.
The Georgetown-ESADE Global Executive MBA ranked 10th for personal development and educational experience and 22nd for career development, including being first in the subcategories of diversity of industry sectors represented by the students and the number of compulsory overseas assignments. The program also was listed among the top five in the world for quality of students and student diversity.
The Executive MBA ranked 16th in the world for personal development and educational experience and 35th for career development. It also ranked 10th in the world for student diversity and 17th for program quality.
To see the full rankings report, visit http://media.economist.com/sites/default/files/slider/WMBA_Executive_MBA_Report_2013.pdf.