EMBA Program Ranked #15 in US in Financial Times 2020-21 Global Ranking
Announcements | Oct 26, 2020 | Gabelli School of Business
The Gabelli School’s Executive MBA program was ranked #15 among U.S.-based schools (79th globally), in the Financial Times 2020-21 EMBA rankings, released on Oct. 26.
The ranking is designed to measure the quality of business schools’ EMBA programs, and the position adds to the accolades that the Gabelli School has already received. In its most recent EMBA rankings, Poets&Quants ranked the Gabelli School’s EMBA program #50 nationally; The Economist ranked the program #33 globally.
The 2020-21 Financial Times ranking compared alumni salaries, career progress, and work experience, and other key measures that speak to the quality of the school’s academic program, including faculty research productivity and education level, the levels of international course experiences offered, and the diversity of a program’s faculty, students, and board members.
The Gabelli School’s EMBA program is offered in a 22-month accelerated format, designed for working professionals. The cohort-based program is offered at two Fordham campuses – Lincoln Center and Westchester – and includes both a global capstone and globally focused curriculum across a wide range of areas.
In July, the Gabelli School’s EMBA program also earned distinction when it was ranked #1 in the world for gender balance by The Economist in its WhichMBA 2020 ranking.