Cranfield Executive MBA ranked 8th in the world for career progression by Financial Times
17 October 2018
Executive MBA of Cranfield School of Management has been named the eighth best in the world for career progression by the Financial Times. The results were compiled from a combination of statistics and information from recent graduates, comparing the roles and companies they were working in before and after they completed the EMBA.
Professor Daniel Prior, Director of Cranfield’s Executive MBA programme, said: “We place a strong emphasis on giving our students the tools to thrive in the workplace and these rankings are a testament to that. These rankings show not only the strength of our faculty’s teaching but the strength of our students, who use the knowledge they have gained from their EMBA to thrive in their careers.”
Cranfield, the Top 10 International Business Schools in the Forbes’ ranking is one of an elite group of Schools worldwide to hold the triple accreditation of AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA. The customised executive education programmes are ranked in the top five in the UK as well as in the top ten in the world for international reach according to the latest Financial Times survey.
Cranfield has been a world leader in management education and research for over 50 years dedicated to creating responsible management thinking, improving business performance and inspiring the next generation of business leaders.