Financial Times Ranks RBS Executive MBA Among the World's Best
Rutgers Business School ranked highly in the Financial Times' global ranking of Executive MBA (EMBA) programs, published this month.
The average alumni salary three years after graduation places Rutgers Business School at #2 in the nation among EMBA programs offered by U.S. public universities. Rutgers Business School alumni reported a staggering 84% increase in salary since graduation.
Out of 90 EMBA programs which the Financial Times named as the best worldwide, Rutgers Business School is ranked at #27 in the world, placing it in the company of programs such as those offered by Cornell University (#25), NYU Stern (#21), Georgetown University (#35), and Thunderbird (#37).
Remarked Dr. Michael R. Cooper, Dean of Rutgers Business School, "This recognition is truly rewarding because it reflects the exceptional asset base here at Rutgers Business School — from our top-notch faculty members, whose research and teaching have contributed to this ranking, to our students' enormous success in the workforce."
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