QS Executive MBA Rankings 2019: US comes out top

US business schools dominated the most recent QS EMBA ranking. The Executive MBA is designed for senior, more experienced professionals that have been in the workforce for more than ten years.

The QS ranking looks at EMBA programmes worldwide concentrating on employability but also considering executive networks, career outcomes and employer reputational sentiment as well as academic standards.

The top contenders have proven steady over the past years. Six of this year's top ten EMBA programmes are based in the US, but London Business School, Iese Business School, HEC Paris and Insead also place well. Oxford’s Saïd Business School and Cambridge’s Judge Business School however have lost their spots in the global top ten.

The QS publication is also interesting as it offers rankings of the top joint programmes as well as schools in Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and North America.

Global EMBA Ranking – Top 10

1. The Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania

2. Sloan School of Management, MIT

3. London Business School

4. Iese Business School, University of Navarra

5. HEC Paris

5. Booth School of Business, University of Chicago

7. Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University

8. Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley

9. Insead

9. Anderson School of Management, UCLA

Joint Programmes

  1. Kellogg/HKUST
  2. Columbia/HKU/LBS
  3. TRIUM

Asia Pacific

  1. Chicago (Booth)
  2. Insead
  3. National University of Singapore Business School


  1. London Business School
  2. Iese Business School, University of Navarra
  3. Chicago (Booth)
  4. HEC Paris

Latin America

  1. Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
  2. IAE Business School
  3. Universidad Adolfo Ibanez

North America

  1. Penn (Wharton)
  2. MIT (Sloan)
  3. Chicago (Booth)

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