Cranfield School of Management’s Executive MBA (EMBA) has been placed in the top 10 in the UK, in this year’s Financial Times EMBA rankings. Cranfield is the only wholly UK-based School in this year’s FT rankings to offer an EMBA part-funded by the apprenticeship levy via the Senior Leader Apprenticeship standard.
The Cranfield EMBA was ranked third in the UK for aims achieved – the extent to which alumni fulfilled their goals for doing an EMBA. Cranfield was also positioned fifth in the UK for work experience, a measure of the pre-EMBA experience of alumni.
The ranking reflects Cranfield’s flexible and innovative teaching programmes, with faculty experts who are closely engaged with current industry needs and developments. Those studying the EMBA with Cranfield can benefit from this world-leading academic insight, along with the course’s real-world commercial application.
Cranfield School of Management, in partnership with Grant Thornton, was the first business school in the UK to offer the Executive MBA via the Apprenticeship Levy.