The Financial Times ranking highlights consistency in the quality of the programme, the value and the competitive advantage of our Executive MBA. Consistent quality is essential and the Executive MBA HEC Lausanne is one of only 47 programmes worldwide - and one of only 4 in Switzerland – that have been FT-100 ranked 10 years in a row.
This year’s ranking focused on the alumni class of 2018, one of the programme’s largest cohorts with 50 participants. The Executive MBA HEC Lausanne is ranked 1st for the percentage of female participants in Switzerland – and 2nd globally. This result reflects the programme’s continued efforts to achieve gender balance in the classroom, as female participation averaged 48% over the two last classes.
After completing their studies, the income of the 2018 alumni increased by 34% and 73% of the class have already achieved their personal and professional goals. Thus, completing an Executive MBA at HEC Lausanne is a good financial and career investment.
Moreover, the Financial Times survey highlights the strong relationship that our alumni have established with the EMBA programme, the HEC Faculty, and the University of Lausanne.
A special thank you goes to the Class of 2018 for their support and for taking the time to complete the Financial Times’ survey!