ESMT in Top 30 of Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking

ESMT EMBA climbs 11 places and ranks 29th worldwide / Program once again 1st for career development, and 4th for aims achieved

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ESMT European School of Management and Technology has been ranked 29th in the Financial Times global ranking of Executive MBA (EMBA) programs 2013, placing the international business school in Berlin among the top 30 in the world. ESMT climbed 11 places in comparison to 2012. The EMBA program at ESMT is once again the highest ranked stand-alone program in Germany.

The ESMT EMBA is ranked first in the world for career development, which compares the career advancement of program graduates. The degree program ranked 4th in the category "aims achieved," showing that ESMT participants were especially successful in fulfilling the goals they had set for themselves at the beginning of their EMBA studies.

"The excellent placement in the Financial Times ranking reflects the extremely positive experience we have had with the EMBA program at ESMT," says Mogens Raun, Head of Talent Development of Allianz SE. "These graduates, who have developed from highly qualified professionals to leaders with a broad base of management knowledge, are great assets to our company."

"We are proud of this recognition by the Financial Times," comments Jörg Rocholl, President of ESMT. "This ranking testifies to the high quality of our EMBA program and provides an impetus to continue its development, as with the recent introduction of our new track 'Managing Business Integrity'."

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