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In the Top 4 by The Economist

In the Top 4 by The Economist rating (WhichMBA? Guide February 2010)


Competing with the best!


The tough world of distance-learning MBA programmes where the lack of geographical borders means that schools from all over the world compete for the same market space, the Euro*MBA is able to show that it competes with the very best. In the recent distance learning education survey carried out by The Economist WhichMBA (published 24 February 2010) the Euro*MBA was rated as one of the top 4 programmes worldwide.


The rating published by The Economist evaluates distance learning programmes offered at the institutions that are featured in The Economists 100 full-time MBA ranking.


The report lists the best 13 schools and includes IE Business School (ranked 16 in the Economists full-time MBA), Henley Business School (ranked 21) and Warwick Business School (ranked 22), as well as many other well-known schools and universities. Programmes were evaluated on programme content, the quality of the students and quality of the distance-learning elements.


The Euro*MBA performed well in all these criteria, but scored excellent in terms of programme content. The programmes overall rating placed it in the top 4, alongside IE Business School, the University of Florida-Hough Graduate School of Business and the Thunderbird School of Global Management.


The rating consolidates the Euro*MBAs position as distance learning MBA programme that competes with the very best!


The complete report by The Economist available here.

Ranked 5th by The Economist (WhichMBA? guide 2007)

The Euro*MBA distance-learning programme has been ranked 5 th in the world in its category in The Economist's Which MBA? Guide 2007 (ranking done via the name of the Business School. See: Audencia, in the list)

The annual guide ranked the two-year executive programme 5th overall, but 2nd in the world for the quality of students, and 3rd for the standard of its distance-learning elements. The Euro*MBA was ranked 7th for the programme content.

This ranking success follows the inclusion of the Euro*MBA in The Financial Times table of "32 of the top e-learning programmes" in the world, published March 2007.

Remark: the reference in the ranking list to Audencia refers to the Euro*MBA programme.

Which MBA Guide 2007 pdf
Economist website

Euro*MBA rankings and overviews 2009


In this document we include the main rankings overviews and listings which show the current position of the Euro*MBA and the Consortium partner institutions worldwide. Read more here.