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Columbia Business School
Armstrong Hall
2880 Broadway- 4th Floor
New York, NY 10025
USA

Executive MBA Ranking 2017

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Rankings at a glance
201740
201628
201528
3 year average532
CountryUS
Programme nameEMBA
Career progress
Salary today (US$)10,020213,790
Salary increase (%)355
Career progress rank3856
Work experience rank498
Aims achieved (%)176
School diversity
Female faculty (%)118
Female students (%)431
Women on board (%)013
International faculty (%)059
International students (%)839
International board (%)034
International course experience rank381
Languages01
Idea generation
Faculty with doctorates (%)195
PhD graduates50 (18)
FT research rank03
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New York, NY 10025

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Alumni profile

Please note that these statistics are based on the data supplied by those alumni who responded to the survey. Class of 2014.

Strengths and weaknesses

Alumni ratings for different aspects of the programme (average), where 1 = poor and 10 = excellent

International Mobility

Alumni who moved countries following their programme (per cent)

Importance of aims when taking an EMBA

Alumni importance ratings for different programme aims (average), 1 = not important, 10 = very important

Aims achieved by taking the EMBA

Achievement of programme aims (per cent)

Current job title

Alumni job titles three years after graduation (per cent)

Current company size (employees)

Size of company of employment three years after graduation (per cent)

Current sector

Sector of employment three years after graduation (per cent)