EMBA Quick Facts

If you ever wonder whether you fit the typical profile of an EMBA applicant or want to know more about the latest trends of EMBA programs, take a look at these important facts!

  • The U.S.-based EMBA Council lists about 250 EMBA programs from 180 leading institutions around the world on its web site.
  • Because of rapid globalization, most EMBA classes comprise students from a wide range of industry sectors and countries.
  • An EMBA program can cost up to $100,000.  Customized courses start at a few hundred dollars. An increasing number of executive education organizations offer online courses.
  • Customized executive education programs are on the rise.  Duke University’s corporate education division reports growth of 25 percent a year for custom-made courses.
  • A typical EMBA student is likely to be in his/her early 30s and will have six to ten years of working experience.
  • Employees taking Executive Master’s of Business Administration Programs in the U.S., Europe & Asia have average salaries of $130,000 to $200,000.
  • Executives enrolled in the highest-ranking EMBA programs in the U.S. have salaries of $180,000 to $200,000.  Europe is slightly lower at $130,000 to $160,000.
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Posted on March 17, 2010 by Manhattan Review

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