Financial Times ranks Cass Executive MBA 28th globally and 5th in the UK
EMBA programme increases position for the third consecutive year.
The Financial Times has ranked Cass's Executive MBA as 28th globally, 5th in the UK and 11th in Europe.
Cass was ranked the best School for career progress in the UK, and holds an impressive position of 8th globally. This is the third consecutive year that the Cass EMBA has increased its position in the Financial Times ranking.
The increase in our position across the ranking reflects the:
- significant salary increases of alumni after graduation
- international diversity of the Cass alumni community
- high level of alumni satisfaction that their aims were achieved
- high quality research published in leading journals
This ranking is based on information collected from business schools and feedback from alumni who graduated 3 years ago (classes of 2013/14). The ranking also includes the Dubai EMBA.
Professor Marianne Lewis, Dean, Cass Business School said:
“The Cass EMBA blends rigour and creativity, theory and practice, instilling a powerful ‘explorer mindset’. I applaud our Executive MBA alumni whose impressive achievements span the globe, and our faculty and professional staff whose dedication, creativity and inspiration continuously raises the bar.”
Dr Sionade Robinson, Associate Dean, MBA Programmes said:
“I am very proud to see the success of our excellent alumni evidenced here. It's a great outcome of our constant drive to deliver extraordinary business education with thought leadership, practical application and a unique sense of adventure.”
About the Executive MBA programme
The Cass Executive MBA is a challenging 24-month journey combining intensive learning and practical application that will sharpen your performance and give you the clarity to design the next decisive phase of your career. In London Cass offers both evening and modular weekend options, while the Executive MBA in Dubai is designed to meet the needs of business executives in the Middle East and surrounding regions.