Columbia Business School Executive MBA

Columbia Business School EMBA Ranking

Columbia Business School’s Executive MBA Program provides individuals with real-world experience and the skills they need to become successful leaders and entrepreneurs. In addition to the New York–based EMBA Program, Columbia offers other executive MBA in partnership with the London Business School and the University of Hong Kong.

When EMBA-Global launched in 2001, it was the first Executive MBA to combine the expertise of two prestigious business schools (Columbia Business School and London Business School) in an equal partnership. In 2009, EMBA-Global Asia was created and offered jointly by Columbia Business School, London Business School and the University of Hong Kong. Faculty members from all three schools will teach the core courses and candidates may select electives from any of the schools’ offerings.


- Columbia University was ranked 5th nationally in the US News Executive M.B.A. Ranking 2013.

- Ranked 2nd worldwide and 2nd among top US programs in the Businessweek 2011 Executive MBA Rankings.

- In the Financial Times Executive MBA Rankings 2011, the NY-EMBA program was ranked 25th globally, the Berkeley-Columbia program ranked 22nd globally, and the EMBA-Global program ranked 3rd globally.

- The NY-EMBA program was ranked 9th in the Wall Street Journal Executive MBA Rankings, 2010.

- The Financial Times rated EMBA-Global No. 1 in the world in 2008. In addition, Columbia’s EMBA-NY program was rated 10th overall in the rankings and 2nd among U.S.-only programs; the Berkeley-Columbia Executive MBA was ranked 16th overall and 3rd among U.S.-only programs.

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The following top economists and financial experts believe that the economy cannot recover unless the big, insolvent banks are broken up in an orderly fashion:
Nobel prize-winning economist, Joseph Stiglitz
Nobel prize-winning economist, Ed Prescott
Dean and professor of finance and economics at Columbia Business School, and chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under President George W. Bush, R. Glenn Hubbard
MIT economics professor and former IMF chief economist, Simon Johnson (and see this)
President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Thomas Hoenig (and see this)
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