The part-time MBA of Yonsei University ranked 56th in the Financial Times’ executive MBA evaluation for this year to join the top 100 list for five years in a row. The list was topped by HEC in France, LSE in Britain, and the Trium Global EMBA of NYU Stern School of Business.
Yonsei University joined the ranks with its program for middle managers, whereas the assessment of most of the others on the top 100 list was for high-ranking executives and top management.
“Graduates’ annual pay and wage increase rate account for 20 percent and 40 percent of the assessment, respectively,” said Yonsei University, adding, “Our ranking is very meaningful in that middle managers’ salary and the rate of increase are relatively lower than those of high-ranking executives and CEOs.”
In the meantime, the full-time global MBA of the university succeeded in putting its name on the World’s Top 100 Full-time MBAs list of the Economist for the fourth consecutive year on Oct. 10.