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Executive MBA Rankings by Region 2021: Asia-Pacific

Discover the top executive MBA programmes around the world with the QS Executive MBA Rankings 2021.

This year's Executive MBA Rankings are our largest yet, providing a comprehensive overview of the leading providers of executive education. HEC Paris tops this year's global EMBA rankings and Andr ...

This year's Executive MBA Rankings are our largest yet, providing a comprehensive overview of the leading providers of executive education. 

HEC Paris tops this year's global EMBA rankings and Andrea Masini, Associate Dean for HEC Paris’ Executive MBA, told us: "Our [EMBA] participants learn how to test their ability to make decisions under uncertainty, to be adaptable and agile, to be resilient, and to acquire new competences.

"Companies are more in need than ever of people who are able to manage uncertainty and disruption and our EMBA graduates leave with that ability. The EMBA remains a great option for those looking to make a radical career change and/or start their own company.”

In North America, the Wharton School has once again been named as the best executive MBA provider. A school spokesperson said: “EMBA programmes are more important than ever. Employers are able to retain their employees while they gain new skills and knowledge. EMBA programmes enable employees to earn an MBA without disrupting their career progression or giving up their salary.

“This past year has taught us that we can’t control the world, but we can control how we deal with it. Preparing yourself to be ready to deal with uncertainty and change is a critical skill for leaders who want to make a bigger impact.”

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This year's Executive MBA Rankings are our largest yet, providing a comprehensive overview of the leading providers of executive education. HEC Paris tops this year's global EMBA rankings and Andr ...

This year's Executive MBA Rankings are our largest yet, providing a comprehensive overview of the leading providers of executive education. 

HEC Paris tops this year's global EMBA rankings and Andrea Masini, Associate Dean for HEC Paris’ Executive MBA, told us: "Our [EMBA] participants learn how to test their ability to make decisions under uncertainty, to be adaptable and agile, to be resilient, and to acquire new competences.

"Companies are more in need than ever of people who are able to manage uncertainty and disruption and our EMBA graduates leave with that ability. The EMBA remains a great option for those looking to make a radical career change and/or start their own company.”

In North America, the Wharton School has once again been named as the best executive MBA provider. A school spokesperson said: “EMBA programmes are more important than ever. Employers are able to retain their employees while they gain new skills and knowledge. EMBA programmes enable employees to earn an MBA without disrupting their career progression or giving up their salary.

“This past year has taught us that we can’t control the world, but we can control how we deal with it. Preparing yourself to be ready to deal with uncertainty and change is a critical skill for leaders who want to make a bigger impact.”

Read more
Executive MBA Rankings by Region 2021: Asia-Pacific

Discover the top executive MBA programmes around the world with the QS Executive MBA Rankings 2021.

This year's Executive MBA Rankings are our largest yet, providing a comprehensive overview of the leading providers of executive education. HEC Paris tops t ...

This year's Executive MBA Rankings are our largest yet, providing a comprehensive overview of the leading providers of executive education. 

HEC Paris tops this year's global EMBA rankings and Andrea Masini, Associate Dean for HEC Paris’ Executive MBA, told us: "Our [EMBA] participants learn how to test their ability to make decisions under uncertainty, to be adaptable and agile, to be resilient, and to acquire new competences.

"Companies are more in need than ever of people who are able to manage uncertainty and disruption and our EMBA graduates leave with that ability. The EMBA remains a great option for those looking to make a radical career change and/or start their own company.”

In North America, the Wharton School has once again been named as the best executive MBA provider. A school spokesperson said: “EMBA programmes are more important than ever. Employers are able to retain their employees while they gain new skills and knowledge. EMBA programmes enable employees to earn an MBA without disrupting their career progression or giving up their salary.

“This past year has taught us that we can’t control the world, but we can control how we deal with it. Preparing yourself to be ready to deal with uncertainty and change is a critical skill for leaders who want to make a bigger impact.”

Read more
This year's Executive MBA Rankings are our largest yet, providing a comprehensive overview of the leading providers of executive education. HEC Paris tops t ...

This year's Executive MBA Rankings are our largest yet, providing a comprehensive overview of the leading providers of executive education. 

HEC Paris tops this year's global EMBA rankings and Andrea Masini, Associate Dean for HEC Paris’ Executive MBA, told us: "Our [EMBA] participants learn how to test their ability to make decisions under uncertainty, to be adaptable and agile, to be resilient, and to acquire new competences.

"Companies are more in need than ever of people who are able to manage uncertainty and disruption and our EMBA graduates leave with that ability. The EMBA remains a great option for those looking to make a radical career change and/or start their own company.”

In North America, the Wharton School has once again been named as the best executive MBA provider. A school spokesperson said: “EMBA programmes are more important than ever. Employers are able to retain their employees while they gain new skills and knowledge. EMBA programmes enable employees to earn an MBA without disrupting their career progression or giving up their salary.

“This past year has taught us that we can’t control the world, but we can control how we deal with it. Preparing yourself to be ready to deal with uncertainty and change is a critical skill for leaders who want to make a bigger impact.”

Read more

This year's Executive MBA Rankings are our largest yet, providing a comprehensive overview of the leading providers of executive education. 

HEC Paris tops this year's global EMBA rankings and Andrea Masini, Associate Dean for HEC Paris’ Executive MBA, told us: "Our [EMBA] participants learn how to test their ability to make decisions under uncertainty, to be adaptable and agile, to be resilient, and to acquire new competences.

"Companies are more in need than ever of people who are able to manage uncertainty and disruption and our EMBA graduates leave with that ability. The EMBA remains a great option for those looking to make a radical career change and/or start their own company.”

In North America, the Wharton School has once again been named as the best executive MBA provider. A school spokesperson said: “EMBA programmes are more important than ever. Employers are able to retain their employees while they gain new skills and knowledge. EMBA programmes enable employees to earn an MBA without disrupting their career progression or giving up their salary.

“This past year has taught us that we can’t control the world, but we can control how we deal with it. Preparing yourself to be ready to deal with uncertainty and change is a critical skill for leaders who want to make a bigger impact.”

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