Miami Herbert Business School’s Global Executive MBA program ranks among top in world

June 29, 2020

The Global Executive MBA program at the University of Miami Patti and Allan Herbert Business School ranked 52nd in the world, and 31st in the nation by The Economist’s 2020 “Which MBA?” Executive MBA rankings.

In addition to its impressive global and national status, the School also received high marks for the ratio of faculty to student: No. 1, and quality of faculty: No. 8.

“I am delighted to see this recognition from The Economist,” said Hari Natarajan, the academic director for the Global Executive MBA program at Miami Herbert Business School. “It validates the efforts we have taken to fundamentally reimagine the Executive MBA experience.”

The program’s novel approach focuses on delivering content in a manner that integrates multiple functional areas in business. It achieves this by bringing together expert faculty from different subject areas to deliver a single course—a stark contrast to the siloed approach that is typical in Executive MBA programs. 

The program’s hybrid approach also gives students flexibility without sacrificing the richness of traditional classroom learning and the opportunities to interact with their cohort.

“I joined the Global Executive MBA 2020 cohort because I wanted a well-rounded global business perspective that would help me turn obstacles into opportunities,” said Ann Keil Dux. “This unique hybrid program delivers high caliber professors who inspire, empower, and challenge us to think outside the box and go beyond our comfort zone. Like the faculty and guest c-suite executive panelists, my classmates are diverse in their personal and professional backgrounds and are individually impressive.”

For more information about the Miami Herbert Global Executive MBA, click here.

 

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