Rankings Revealed: The QS EMBA Rankings 2020

Rankings Revealed: The QS EMBA Rankings 2020

2020-06-19T14:22:37+01:00June 30th, 2020|

Wondering which Executive MBA (EMBA) programs lead the pack? Check out our recap of the QS EMBA Rankings 2020.  

The QS EMBA Rankings 2020 is now live! The annual rankings have revealed that Penn (Wharton) in the US has retained its top spot for its world-leading MBA for Executives program.  

Following Penn, Spain’s IESE Business School took the second spot, rising two ranks from its fourth position in the 2019 rankings.  

In third position, HEC Paris also rose two ranks, coming fifth in last year’s rankings. 

MIT (Sloan) in the US unfortunately saw its position drop two places, from second last year to fourth in 2020. 

Finally, rounding out the top five is London Business School, which dropped two ranks from third last year.  

This release represents the biggest EMBA rankings yet for QS with 161 programs included and 16 new programs added. 

For this year’s results, the full top ten list for the QS EMBA Rankings 2020 are as follows: 

  1. Penn (Wharton) 
  2. IESE Business School 
  3. HEC Paris 
  4. MIT (Sloan) 
  5. London Business School 
  6. Chicago (Booth) 
  7. INSEAD 
  8. Oxford (Said) 
  9. UCLA (Anderson) 
  10. Berkeley (Haas) 

To explore more results from the QS EMBA Rankings 2020, please see the full rankings table. 

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As the B2B Content Marketing Manager, Sarah Linney is responsible for communicating the insights, research, and market analysis that have positioned QS as a thought leader in the higher education sector. After completing a Communications-Journalism degree at Charles Sturt University in Australia, Sarah worked in radio news and B2B print publishing before joining the content marketing sector. While working at a content marketing agency, Sarah was transferred to their New York office. She then led content marketing efforts at two tech startups in New York as a Content Manager before deciding to make the move to the UK and QS. 

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