The Foster Executive MBA ranks among the country’s 20 best programs according to Poets & Quants for Executives. The ranking is based on a selection of top EMBA programs by The Financial Times, U.S. News & World Report, and The Economist.
Foster ranked #8 among public schools and #1 in the Northwest due to its ratings in both The Financial Times and U.S. News & World Report.
World-class faculty research, alumni career impact
Recognition for Foster’s faculty research and alumni career success made the greatest impact on Foster’s #15 ranking of American single-school EMBA programs in The Financial Times. Graduates of the Foster EMBA Program reported reaching their goal of increasing earnings, with an average salary of $176,483 and an average pay raise of more than 34% since graduation.
U.S. News ranked the Foster EMBA #23 in the U.S. in its 2019 Best Business School rankings, based on reputation scores from business school deans and directors.
An experienced, influential network
EMBA graduates also benefited from the high-level professional network they developed in the program, where the average student brings 14 years of professional experience and 11 years in leadership. A quarter of students already hold an advanced degree and the program includes leaders from 100 companies. There are now more than 2,000 EMBA graduates comprising a prominent alumni network with connections to more than 54,000 Foster alumni.