A joint EMBA program between ESSEC and Mannheim Business School (Germany’s top business school), the ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA is a modular program targeting senior executives around the world. It has, once again, received top rankings in this year’s QS Executive MBA Ranking report. Through this annual report, QS is, in their words, “committed to surfacing quality EMBA programs for global candidates.”
According to the 6th edition of the QS Executive MBA Ranking (part of the 2022 QS World University Rankings report), the ESSEC & Mannheim EMBA made quite the impression. Its strongest scores, landing the program in 2nd place worldwide, were in the “Career Outcomes” and “Diversity” categories. Overall, the program ranks 11th worldwide in terms of joint EMBA programs. For a leadership-focussed program targeting senior executives, these excellent rankings are particularly relevant and represent a point of pride.
Considered among 220 institutions around the world across the report’s nine indicators and five groups, this joint executive MBA program ranks #2 worldwide in terms of “Career Outcomes.” This is calculated based on participant promotions and salary increases. In addition, the program ranks #10 when it comes to “Thought Leadership,” which is based on votes by 130,000 academics in more than 60 countries around the world. In these two categories, the ESSEC & Mannheim EMBA has moved up two places since last year, demonstrating the program’s ongoing commitment to excellence.
When it comes to “Diversity,” which is assessed based on percentage of female students and distinct number of nationalities, the ESSEC & Mannheim EMBA maintains its impressive ranking in 2nd place. In fact, the program’s cohorts have 40% women. And in regards to "Employer reputation," which is calculated from hundreds of thousands of global employers, the program defends its position from last year. These strong rankings attest to the program’s consistency.
For senior executives across the globe seeking to transform their careers, the ESSEC & Mannheim EMBA program offers diverse cohorts and massive global alumni networks, as well as top-quality courses and an extensive network of prominent and international faculty members to help grow and fast-track careers. The program is offered in one of two tracks: The European track is a modular 18-month program with one week of classes every six weeks, between France and Germany. Alternatively, the Asian track is a modular 15-month program based in ESSEC’s Singapore campus. Highlighting strategy, leadership development and governance, the program, no matter the track, helps reinforce responsible leadership skills.
Learn more about the European Track or the Asian Track of the ESSEC & Mannheim Executive MBA program
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