2017 - Financial Times ranks Rutgers EMBA #5 in Economics globally, #23 overall in the U.S.; #14 in total salary three years after graduation; and #15 in percentage salary increase.
2015 - Financial Times ranks Rutgers EMBA #6 in Career Progress, #9 in Salary Increase, #5 in Big Ten Conference, and #21 overall in US-EMBA programs.
2014 - Financial Times ranks Rutgers EMBA #8 for Salary Increase, #16 in Total Salary, #4 in the Big Ten Conference, and #20 overall in US-EMBA programs.
2013 - Financial Times ranks Rutgers EMBA #2 in the world in Economics.
2013 - Financial Times ranks Rutgers EMBA #6 in the US in Career Progress, #20 in the US in Total Salary, and #19 overall in US-EMBA programs.
2012 - Financial Times ranks Rutgers EMBA #23 in all US-EMBA programs.
2016 - Business Insider ranks Rutgers Business School number 9 in The top 10 colleges for jobs on Wall Street.
CEO Magazine (London)
2018 - Rutgers EMBA is ranked #11 in the world
2017 - Rutgers EMBA ranked No. 15 Globally by CEO Magazine (London).
2016 - Rutgers EMBA rated as a Tier One program in the Global EMBA rankings from London-based CEO magazine. This is their top EMBA ranking, and a new ranking for REMBA
2016 - Eduniversal’s Best Masters 2016 ranks Rutgers Executive MBA Program #28 in “Top 200 Best Masters in Executive MBA & MBA part time” Global Ranking
2018 - Rutgers Executive MBA program is ranked #5 in the Northeast and #15 globally. A significant rise from the already-great 2017 rankings of #7 in the Northeast and #44 globally.
2017 - Ivy Exec, a high-end Executive Search agency based in Manhattan, ranks Rutgers EMBA #7 in the Northeast and #1 In LIFE BALANCE. Team EMBA is especially proud of this ranking given the frenetic pace of work-life these days, especially out here in the Northeast.
Regional rankings include; #7 in Career Advancement; #8 For Curriculum and Global Experience; #9 In Prestige
2016 - The Ivy Exec reported that Rutgers EMBA scored exceptionally well in “Reputation/Institutional Prestige” and “Career Advancement”, at #26 and #28, globally, respectively. Please visit Ivy Exec for more details and information on all six ranking categories.
Ivy Exec’s The Best Bang for Your Buck: Weighing Tuition Against ROI for EMBA Programs “Rutgers Business School, about 20 minutes from Manhattan, also provides commuter access to the Big Apple while offering a competitive tuition and return on investment. With a price tag of $92,043 and an average post-graduation salary boost of about 49-percent, Rutgers could offer EMBA program participants a much stronger value than the Stern School.”
2014 - Bloomberg Business ranks Rutgers EMBA #26 overall. (2014 is the last year that these rankings were compiled).
2013 - Executive MBA moves into top tier of Bloomberg Businessweek world rankings.
Poets and Quants
2013 - The EMBA rankings by the Poets and Quants for Executives combine some of the major rankings of EMBA programs worldwide by constructing a weighted index to provide a global and a truly composite ranking. REMBA came in at # 31 in the world.
U.S. News & World Report
2012 - Rutgers was recently ranked #10 on a list of the top #13 business schools that awarded at least 10 college and graduate degrees to America’s leading executives by U.S. News & World Report. (View Rankings Chart)
The Wall Street Journal
2010 - The Wall Street Journal ranks Rutgers EMBA #21 among the Best Executive MBA Programs and #1 in Administrative Support (2010 was WSJ's last year for EMBA rankings).
Read the recent WSJ interview with the EMBA Director, Farrokh Langdana here.