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TCU MBA and EMBA Rank Top Tier Globally in CEO Magazine

When it comes to exceptional quality and great ROI, the TCU MBA and EMBA rank in the top tier of business schools across North America, Europe and Australia in CEO Magazine’s Global MBA Ranking 2016.  

February 08,  2016

By Elaine Cole

CEO Magazine’s Global MBA Rankings canvassed more than 300 business schools on their learning environment, class sizes, tuition fees, faculty, delivery methods, international diversity, gender make-up and more, and ranked them with Tier 1 or Tier 2.

TCU MBA and EMBA programs both ranked in Tier 1.

The London-based magazine launched its global MBA ranking in 2012 with applicants in mind. The annual ranking isn’t based on the quantity of faculty, students, endowments and salary sizes, and does not rank schools in numerical order. The objective is to highlight schools that combine exceptional quality with excellent ROI.

Brandon Mabry EMBA ’14, chief mechanical officer at BNSF Railway, can testify to the ROI of the TCU EMBA program.

“I was able to take the five golden rules of negotiations, and a couple of other tools and concepts we talked about, and was immediately able to implement three new agreements with my labor unions that had been stalled for years. This program provided me the framework to do that,” Mabry said.

First-year TCU MBA Hutson Prioleau said the quality of the program has pushed him to think in different ways.

“I feel like I'm on another level of thinking and strategizing than when I began,” Prioleau said. “Taking different classes and integrating them pushes me to think outside the box. It has been an experience in a new way of thinking. In just four months, I already feel smarter. I am better prepared to take things on, and I have a better grasp of what I can do, how high I can aim.” 

The complete CEO Magazine Global MBA Rankings 2016 can be viewed in the latest edition of CEO Magazine or online on the magazine’s new website