Rady School Excels in the QS World University Executive MBA 2019 Ranking
The Rady School of Management at the University of California San Diego has been highly ranked for its Executive MBA program by QS World University. The school excelled in the ranking categories of executive profile, career outcomes, and number of women in the program. Overall, it placed 30th in the U.S. and 75th for global EMBA programs.
The Executive Profile portion of the ranking is determined by examining the average years of overall work experience, average years of work experience at the managerial level, and percent of class with C-suite experience. The Career Outcomes portion of the ranking is measured by the average salary increase pre-to-post program and the percent of the class receiving promotions within 12 months of graduating.
The Rady School was also recognized as superior in the percentage of female students in its EMBA program. Compared to other schools, the Rady School ranked higher than the global average in female representation in the EMBA program.
The Executive MBA at the Rady School, also known as the FlexWeekend MBA, allows executives to further their business education and master new skills while still working full-time during the week. The program provides flexible, personalized studies for executives to reach the next level in their educational and professional careers.
More information about the EMBA program can be found here: https://rady.ucsd.edu/programs/masters-programs/mba/flex/