16 April 2019 Share

Executive MBA Ranking

Politecnico di Milano: School of Management’s Executive MBAs among top 50 in the world

School up 10 places in the QS Global EMBA Rankings 2019 from 2018 – despite stiff and greater competition.  Up also in Europe: the School is 23rd out of 55 (from 26th out of 49)

The School has a great reputation among companies, and this creates real opportunities for our students to advance rapidly in their careers – professionally and in terms of income; its teaching body and facilities are excellent; it has concrete equal opportunity policies. These are some of the distinctive factors behind the success of the Executive MBAs at the School of Management of Politecnico di Milano. Up by ten places in one year in the QS Global EMBA Rankings 2019, this underlines their place among the best 50 in the world.

In its second year, this ranking identifies the best 134 MBAs for company executives across the world (119 in 2018). In Europe, the ranking lists 55 programmes (up from 49) and the School has climbed from 26th to 23rd.

QS Global EMBA Rankings 2019 examines a series of aspects relating to each EMBA programme, looking at them through the eyes of their students. This classification goes beyond simply considering the programme’s effect on the students’ careers or its reputation within companies, which are certainly of prime importance. It also explores how each class is composed, looking at diversity and professional experience.

In the words of Federico Frattini, MBA and EMBA Programme Director: “Gaining ten places in one year is an unmistakable signal that we are responding well to the needs of our executive students and the demands of companies – where our reputation continues to grow. Our massive effort to innovate our products, renewing their content and expanding our use of digital learning is clearly proving more than successful”.


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