The Berkeley MBA for Executives Program ranks #4 in the world, according to The Economist‘s “Which MBA?” ranking for EMBA programs released today.
This is the first time the Berkeley MBA for Executives Program has participated in the three-year-old ranking.
Executive MBA programs were evaluated on two broad measures: personal development/educational experience and career development (including networking), each of which accounted for 50% of the ranking.
Berkeley Haas ranked #1 on networking opportunities for EMBA graduates, which considers Haas alumni chapters around the world and the student rating of the helpfulness of EMBA alumni.
Berkeley Haas ranked #4 in career development, based primarily on its score in career progression and in the extent to which the program helped alumni to fulfill their pre-EMBA goals.
Berkeley Haas EMBA graduates also had the third highest salaries among the most recently graduated classes.
This ranking is based on data provided by participating schools and a survey of alumni of the Classes of 2014 to 2017. Due to how close the scores were, The Economist grouped all ranked programs into bands. The Berkeley MBA for Executives was part of Band A.
View the full report here.