For those with years of experience under their belt, and looking to advance into the c-suite, the Executive MBA is the perfect choice.
While the content of the EMBA is quite similar to full-time MBA programs, these courses are designed for more senior applicants. Executive MBAs are designed for experienced professionals (usually with more than ten years of work experience).
They are also designed to be taken alongside a job so that participants can further their careers and apply their knowledge and leadership skills during the program.
QS ranks EMBA programs by focusing primarily on employability—at the front of EMBA students' minds, considering the cost of top programs at Kellogg and Wharton are in excess of $200k.
The rankings also take into account executive networks, career outcomes and employer reputational sentiment as well as academic standards.
Six of this year's top ten EMBA programs ranked by QS are based in the US, while three programs from continental Europe also feature in the top ten. London...
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