TRIUM is ranked #4 EMBA in the world by the Financial Times

We are delighted that the TRIUM Global EMBA program continues to be recognised as a leading EMBA program by the Financial Times, having been ranked as the #4 Executive MBA in the 2020 ranking of the world’s top 100 EMBA programs.

TRIUM has consistently been ranked within the world’s top five Executive MBA programs since the program first became eligible to enter the Financial Times ranking in 2006. We are pleased that TRIUM continues to be recognized as a world-leading program by one of the most prestigious, widely recognised rankings in business management education.

Brought together by a shared vision in 2001, NYU Stern School of Business, the London School of Economics and Political Science and HEC Paris created the first global EMBA.

TRIUM was founded on the profound belief that without a deeper understanding of the complexities of the world, one cannot be a global leader. Building on this strong legacy, and supported by a world-class faculty, innovative curriculum and an unrivalled student and alumni community, TRIUM remains a EMBA like no other.

In recognition of TRIUM’s truly global perspective we remain ranked as #1 for international course experience, with our modules based in global business hubs including London, Paris, New York, Silicon Valley and Shanghai.

We are pleased to also be recognised as the #2 EMBA in terms of work experience, in recognition of the professional seniority and international work experience of our cohorts, whilst also ranking highly in aims achieved.