The HEC Lausanne Executive MBA (EMBA) has achieved a worldwide rank of 70 in the Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking, moving up 20 places from last year.
The Executive MBA program has moved up 20 places since last year, which not only underlines the quality of this programme, but also its ability to an ever-changing market as well as the needs of participants. Consistently present in the FT Top 100 since 2012, the Executive MBA is contributing to the international reputation of both the Faculty of Economics and the University of Lausanne.
On average, alumni from the class of 2019 (evaluated in this year's ranking) increased their salary by 45% after completing the programme. In addition, the Executive MBA enabled nearly 74% of its participants to achieve the professional goals they set before starting this programme.
In terms of diversity, the programme has the highest percentage of female students among Switzerland-based EMBA featured (43%) and is in the top 5 in Europe regarding classes’ gender balance. Finally, the program welcomes a good number of international applicants (70%).
Although the level of satisfaction does not weigh in the final score, the program is ranked number 1 in Switzerland and in the top 10 in Europe in terms of participant satisfaction.