“The formula for the consistent success of the Rutgers EMBA "Powerhouse" in the global rankings is really very simple: You design a curriculum that adapts constantly and mimics the skills and expertise needed in the real world today tomorrow, and have it taught by professors who can leverage the tremendous experience embedded in our amazing students. You then back this up with a staff that makes it all run like clockwork, and you ensure the most important ingredient---a conspicuous and refreshing absence of attitude in the classroom, and that's how you get a winning Powerhouse program! This is truly a collaborative program; one big family of participants who look out for each other for years and years after graduation.” -Farrokh Langdana, EMBA Director
2020 - From the 2020 Financial Times Executive MBA World Rankings
- #2 in Economics globally (for the fourth time)
- #13 in Career Mobility globally
- #15 in stand-alone US programs (not affiliated with another school)
Overall Rutgers EMBA ranked #79 globally moving up five places from 2019. Other highlights from the ranking for U.S.-only programs include:
- #7 for Salary Total (US$) 3 years after graduation
- #7 in Aims Achieved (%)
- #9 for Salary Increase (%)
- #10 in Student Satisfaction
- #11 for Corporate Responsibility
- #19 for Research
2019 - From the 2019 Financial Times Executive MBA World Rankings
- #2 in Economics globally (for the third time)
- #5 in Corporate Social Responsibility
Overall Rutgers EMBA ranked #19 for U.S.-only schools moving up three places from last year and #84 globally moving up five places from 2018 Other highlights from the ranking for U.S.-only programs include:
- #6 for career progress
- #10 in salary increase (%)
- #14 in salary total (in US$) 3 years after graduation
- #20 for research [see full methodology]
2018 - Financial Times ranked the Top 10 business schools in select categories and Rutgers EMBA excelled in the following academic areas
- #2 in Economics
- #3 in Corporate Strategy
- #3 in Statistics
- #10 in Manufacturing/Logistics
Overall Rutgers EMBA ranked #22 for U.S.-only schools and #89 globally moving up two places from 2017 Other highlights from the ranking for U.S.-only programs include:
- #15 in salary total (US$) 3 years after graduation
- #16 for career progress
- #18 in salary increase (%)
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.
2020 - The Economist ranks Rutgers Executive MBA #48 in the world, #28 for U.S.-only schools, and #5 in the Big Ten.
Other notable achievements in the report showed the program ranked:
- #10 in the world for student rating of the quality of the faculty
- #14 for Student & Faculty Diversity in the U.S.
- #15 in the world for student managerial experience
- #16 for Salary Increase after Graduation in the U.S.
- #17 for Quality of Faculty in the U.S.
- #22 for Program Quality in the U.S.
- #23 for Professional Development and Educational Experience in the U.S.
2018 - The Economist ranks Rutgers Executive MBA #45 in the world and #27 for U.S.-only schools.
Other program highlights include:
- #10 ROI based on the percentage increase on pre-EMBA salary on graduation in the world
- #11 in number of industry sectors from which students applied in the world
- #15 in student diversity in the world
- #23 in student rating of faculty in the world
- #26 in career progression in the world
2016 - Business Insider ranks Rutgers Business School number 9 in The top 10 colleges for jobs on Wall Street.
CEO Magazine (London)
2020 - Rutgers EMBA is ranked #16 in the world
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
2020 - #1 Public Executive MBA program in the Northeast, #7 among all public business schools, #23 among all business schools in the U.S., #35 in the world, and recognized as #3 globally for Life Balance.
2019 - Ivy Exec ranked Rutgers Executive MBA No.1 in the world for life balance.
2019 - Ivy Exec ranked the Rutgers Executive MBA program No. 20 in the world, placing Rutgers EMBA No. 6 in the northeast U.S. and No. 3 in the Big Ten.
2018 - RBS Executive MBA “Powerhouse” is recognized as the No. 3 EMBA program for Executives in the Government and Nonprofit Sectors
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
2019 - Poets & Quants ranks Rutgers EMBA #24 in the U.S. in their annual report of the nation’s top Executive MBA programs (2/7/19). This places RBS-EMBA #4 in the Big Ten and #9 among public universities in the U.S. [see PQ ranking report].
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.