EU has been recognized for excellence in the 2017 rankings and reports of two renowned organizations. Our outstanding MBA programs have been ranked top by CEO Magazine Global MBA Rankings 2017. While our excellent track record of graduate employability has been recognized in the QS Global 250 Business Schools Report. This puts us in great company, among some of the world’s leading business schools and universities.
CEO Magazine Global MBA Rankings 2017
For the third year in a row, EU is extremely proud to announce that our MBA programs have been ranked top by CEO Magazine! CEO Magazine’s Global MBA Rankings 2017 put our Online MBA as global #1, our Executive MBA as global #3 and our on-campus MBA as Tier One.
Mirroring the 2015 and 2016 rankings, EU’s Online MBA held its number one spot. While EU’s on-campus MBA and EU’s Executive MBA held their respective 2016 positions as top tier in Europe and top tier globally. The Executive MBA also has the added distinction of being ranked third among the 160 contributing schools worldwide.
The Global MBA Rankings bring together leading institutions from North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, China, Brazil, Russia and India. Since the launch of the rankings in 2012, they’ve become a leading global reference tool for MBA candidates. The rankings take a number of factors into consideration, not limited to international diversity, gender make-up, faculty-to-student ratio, faculty qualifications, learning environment and class size.
QS Global 250 Business Schools Report
EU is also proud to announce that we have been recognized for our excellent record of graduate employability in the Superior Research & Employability Quadrant in the QS Global 250 Business Schools Report. The report is based on the findings of two global surveys. A survey of 12,125 international employers who hire MBA graduates and a survey of 76,798 academics with expertise in the fields of business and management. The survey results are then used to determine a business school’s placement in the QS Quadrants, based on relative strength in employability and research excellence.