Financial Times ranks Cass Executive MBA in Dubai as 2nd in UAE
The 2019 result reflects the strength of the Cass Executive MBA offering.
The Financial Times have published their Executive MBA (EMBA) rankings for 2019 and the Cass Business School Executive MBA in Dubai has been ranked 2nd in the UAE.
Additionally, the Financial Times data shows that the Cass EMBA has been ranked 26th globally, 5th in the UK, 12th in Europe and 3rd in London.
This result represents our strongest global position for the programme in nearly a decade, reflecting the significant salary increases of our alumni after graduation, the high level of alumni satisfaction that their aims were achieved and the strength in our diversity.
Professor Paolo Volpin, Interim Dean, Cass Business School said he was delighted to hear the news.
"This is wonderful news and a testament to the strength of our Executive MBA programme at Cass. I would like to thank faculty members and professional staff whose continuing efforts contribute to the experience of Cass MBA students and alumni."
Dr Kevin Dunseath, Director of City, University of London’s Dubai Centre, said:
'I am delighted that the excellent quality of the Cass Executive MBA programme in Dubai has been recognised in the latest Financial Times rankings. Our students and prospective students can be assured that the programme will deliver tremendous value to them as they seek to enhance their knowledge and skills and to advance their career prospects.'
The Cass Executive MBA in Dubai is a two-year journey of transformation, preparing candidates for executive leadership and the real-world priorities of business. Operating from the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), the programme has become one of the world’s elite Executive MBA programmes since its launch in 2007.
The part-time programme is delivered by world-class academics who travel to Dubai from Cass’s London campus. They teach in intensive blocks of three to four consecutive days, once a month to accommodate the needs of the working professional.
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