Oxford Saïd’s Executive MBA (EMBA) has been rated number nine in the world in the prestigious Financial Times (FT) business education rankings.
The School has received the Financial Times business education ranking for the third year running.
The 21-month modular programme moved up 12 places in 2015 from number 21 and has subsequently held strong in the top 10. It is ranked number one in the UK for an EMBA delivered by a single UK business school, and number two globally for a programme run by a single school.
Oxford Saïd also achieved the top average salary among UK-based schools with alums earning an average of $242,985 and is ranked second globally for 'aims achieved.'
One of the key differentiators that the Oxford EMBA strives for is the diversity of each cohort and this is evident in the fact that it has the highest percentage of international students in the top 10 listed programmes in the latest FT rankings.