Financial Times, a leading international business newspaper, ranked the Drexel Executive MBA at LeBow College of Business 19th in the nation and 58th worldwide among more than 400 schools surveyed. The ranking rose 10 positions from last year.
The rankings are based on surveys of alumni three years post graduation who responded to survey categories for satisfaction in career progress, salary percentage increase and aims achieved. The survey also takes into account a school’s diversity and the scholarly activities of its faculty.
“The Drexel Executive MBA is committed to exceeding the needs of our students and alumni and is a key factor in their upward mobility,” said LeBow College of Business Dean Dr. George P. Tsetsekos. “The growth that we have experienced in the Financial Times ranking further underscores that LeBow College of Business is one of the world’s leading resources for executive education, and it validates LeBow’s emphasis on a rigorous, cross-functional education with global perspective that prepares executives to lead in a complex marketplace.”
The Drexel Executive MBA at LeBow College of Business is one of the largest programs in the Philadelphia region. Designed to maximize leadership potential in a convenient weekend format, the program features executive leadership training that delivers exclusive individual and group coaching and culminates in a unique international leadership residency.