Not even ten years ago the Executive MBA (EMBA) world was quite different from today. Multi-school, multi-campus programs were rare, their development even endangered when – after the terrorist attacks of September 11 – travelling on international routes became less desirable. Despite those poor beginnings the EMBA programs have grown strongly ever since. The Financial Times reports that between 2001 and 2010 the number of courses in its league table has doubled, from 50 in the original classification to 100 in 2010.
Author: Barbara Barkhausen
Source: MBA Channel
Subjects: Executive Programs, MBA Program Rankings