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FT's Executive MBA Rankings
1. Wharton, Pennsylvania, U.S.
2. Hong Kong UST, China
3. London Business School, UK
4. Instituto de Empresa, Spain
5. Fuqua, Duke, U.S.
6. Chicago GSB, U.S.
7. Columbia, U.S.
8. Kellogg, Northwestern, U.S.
9. Stern, NYU, U.S.
10. Cass, City University, UK
Source: Financial Times 2006

EMBA SNAPSHOT

Executives taking the top EMBA courses in the U.S., Europe and Asia have average salaries of around $130,000 to $200,000.

A typical EMBA student is likely to be aged in the early 30s, with 6-10 years of working experience.

A top EMBA course can cost $100,000. Customized courses start at a few thousand dollars.

The following stories explore different aspects of global offerings in the pursuit of executive education:

Google leaps up MBA wish-list

Boom year for the class of 2006

Warning over 'macho' MBAs

MBA graduates seeing rosier prospects

Course timing a big issue for young executives

Companies look for long-term links

'Scholar ship' ready to set sail

Going global adds value to course

Network a valued study by-product

Rapid rise beckons mobile workers

Remote location proving no bar

Delivery explores new paths

Schools tempt top talent

Employers look at value of courses

Seniors, too, keen to keep learning

Business students follow the case

Schools look to expand resources

Smart move to market bright ideas

Corporate 'do-it-yourself' approach growing

Warning bells ring on fake degrees

Traditional degrees go in for specialist redesign

Recruiters up early for new intake

'Soft skills' all part of the learning mix

Budding entrepreneurs look to hone business skills

Testing time for schools, students

Fast pace of business drives EMBA

U.S. business schools are at the forefront of change

Institutes across Europe grapple with unity challenge

The oil-rich region has tremendous growth potential

Schools responding to Asian demand

Brand power marks out competition

Economic growth underpins demand

Demand used to shape courses

EMBAs: Older, experienced, driven

Online learning treads a wary path

U.S. names dominate B-school lists

'Knowing v. doing' debate rolls on

Schools' task: Attracting women

Libraries face electronic changes

Trump throws open the virtual door

Alumni travel a two-way street

Customers look at tailored options

Costs vary with length, location

Executive education event calendar

Fast facts on business learning

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