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City's Executive MBA programme is now 10th in the world

The Financial Times has just published its league table of worldwide EMBA programmes.
by Amanda Chick

City University London's Executive Masters in Business Administration (EMBA) offered by its Cass Business School has leapt 11 places in the prestigious annual Financial Times EMBA Rankings 2010 and is now ranked 10th in the world.

Professor Paul Curran, Vice-Chancellor of City commented:  "Our sharp rise in the Financial Times EMBA Rankings 2010 reflects our commitment to academic excellence and the professional relevance of our course.  Our EMBA graduates, many of whom work in London's square mile, report on average, a doubling in salary as a result of their City qualification.  In these tough economic times they are bucking the trend".

Malcolm Finn, a Senior Manager at Deloitte and a City EMBA alumnus, having graduated in 2008, commented:  "Cass has a clear strength in strategy and finance and offers a truly global perspective.  The learning can be applied immediately to our organisations and remains relevant in a changing market".

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