Financial Times has once again ranked Koç University Executive MBA program first in Turkey, and within the world’s best programmes for working senior executives.

The annual Financial Times Executive MBA ranking is based on a survey of Executive MBA (EMBA) graduates and an indepth study of the business schools that offer the EMBA. In order to be considered for the ranking, EMBA programs must meet strict criteria. The schools must be accredited by either the US’s Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business or the European EQUIS accreditation bodies.

Koç University Graduate School of Business is accredited by EQUIS and recently received AMBA accreditation for both the MBA and EMBA program. So the Koç University EMBA program is not only the best ranked option in Turkey, but the only AMBA accredited EMBA program from an EQUIS acccredited business school in Turkey and the region!

Koç University Graduate School of Business Director Stefan Wuyts said;

“The Koç University Graduate School of Business EMBA program is the only program in Turkey and the region that prepares students with the skills and experience to succeed under the most demanding business conditions. As the first ever University in Turkey to receive AMBA and EQUIS accreditation, this ranking demonstrates not only the academic quality of the KU EMBA program, but reflects the drive to excel and improve that is integral to our University and our graduates”

The full Financial Times EMBA Ranking 2017 can be viewed here: