Today the Financial Times published the 2016 ranking of Executive MBA programs
SSE continued to move up the list of 100 programs worldwide, being ranked at 59 this year vs 78 last year.
A 2013 graduate from the SSE MBA Executive Format program has, on average, had a 55% salary increase since starting the program. 48 SSE Executive MBA alumni were surveyed.
SSE’s placement in this ranking is due to the importance of salary and salary increase in calculating the ranking score. These two criteria are the most heavily weighted criteria (40%) in the ranking.
More details are available at http://www.ft.com/intl/business-education/executive-mba