The part-time executive MBA, which is designed for people who want to combine a full-time career with study, secured joint-36th place compared with business schools across the world. In further good news, the full-time MBA held its title as a ‘tier one’ programme and the online MBA maintained its position in the global top 25.
CEO Magazine, a monthly business magazine for high-level executives, has been showcasing top business schools from around the globe since it first launched in 2008. In 2012 the publication launched its annual Global MBA Rankings, profiling MBA, Executive MBA and Online MBA programmes.
Using a ranking system entirely geared and weighted to fact-based criteria, CEO Magazine says it aims to cut through the noise and provide potential students with a performance benchmark for those schools under review
Professor George Feiger, Executive Dean of Aston Business School, said: “CEO Magazine ranks programmes by the things that truly make a difference to MBA students and graduates. That is why their ranking is an important signal to prospective students looking to identify the best programmes the world has to offer. To have the same prestigious status attached to all of Aston Business School’s MBA offerings – full-time, online, and for the first time the executive programme – is an endorsement of the ongoing innovation that is our hallmark.”
The complete CEO Magazine Global MBA Rankings 2017 can be viewed in the latest edition of CEO Magazine or online on the magazine’s website.
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