FT Executive MBA Ranking 2019

The Financial Times again ranked the best Executive MBA programs worldwide in its Financial Times EMBA Ranking. The joint program of Kellogg School of Management and WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management was ranked 34th in the world and for the eleventh year in a row was the best EMBA program on the German market.

In addition to the business school's statistical data, the ranking also included the evaluations of graduates of the program. In terms of "career development after completing the program", the program ranked 16th. Another indicator of the quality of the programme is the salary development, which is also included in the ranking. On average, graduates of the Kellogg-WHU EMBA program earn 204,087 dollars three years after graduation. Thus they increased their salary by an average of 52 percent by completing their studies.

The Kellogg School of Management's global partner concept offers managers in different regions of the world joint EMBA programs with leading business schools. WHU is the European partner in the network. The Kellogg-WHU EMBA Program celebrated its 20th anniversary in the fall of 2018.