The annual Financial Times “Executive MBA” ranking determined by surveys completed by each school (45%) and a survey of executive MBA alumni on topics related to career progress and salary (55%). The final score for each is made up of data collected in the current year (50%), one year prior (25%) and two years prior (25%).
- 1st in New England, 27th among US-based programs, and 69th globally (2014)
- News Release: Financial Times Ranks EMBA #1 In New England, 27th in US (2014)
The annual Financial Times “Executive Education” ranking is determined by program data (20%) and either a survey of corporate purchasers for custom programs (80%) or a survey of participants for open enrollment programs (80%). Schools that place in both categories are also placed in the Financial Times‘ list of top Executive Education schools.
- Customized Executive Education programs 10th in the US, 24th in world (2013)
- Open Enrollment Executive Education programs 14th in US (2012)
Bloomberg Businessweek‘s biennial “Executive MBA” ranking is based on a combination of surveys of EMBA graduates (65%) and of EMBA program directors (35%). The student scores are made up of the three most recent surveys, 50% being current surveys.
- News Release: Executive MBA Program #1 in New England; Businessweek Cites A+ Curriculum and Support (March 12, 2010)
Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal‘s biennial “Executive MBA” ranking is based on survey responses from recent EMBA graduates (40%), survey responses of human resource and executive-development managers in companies familiar with EMBA programs (40%), and a measurement of how well students say their school enhanced their management and leadership skills (20%).
- 20th in world and 1st in New England (2010)
- News Release: Boston University Executive MBA Ranked Among Top 25 Globally, #1 in New England by The Wall Street Journal (October 1, 2010)