Why Emory Executive Education?
Your organization’s success requires strong leaders who can meet today’s challenges and a deep leadership bench prepared to meet tomorrow’s demands. You must have a partner whom you can trust to balance the changing business environment with the specific demands of your organization.
Emory Executive Education is a globally renowned provider of non- degree programs for executives. We partner with individuals and organizations to provide an experience that is precisely tailored to meet your needs.
Emory Executive Education is a global leader in non-degree business and leadership programs for organizations and individuals. We offer a range of solutions, including short-term open enrollment programs focusing on individual competencies, and robust custom programs designed to enhance organizational capabilities.
In 2015, the Financial Times ranks Emory Executive Education as #9 among US Business Schools. Emory is the only business school in Georgia to be ranked globally. Our clients include marquis brands across different industries and regularly appear as "Best Places to Work" in a range of national publications. We are best known for our level of program quality and degree of client satisfaction. In 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015, Emory Executive Education Clients have been honored by CLO Magazine with its LearningElite awards.
Chief Executive Magazine ranked Emory Executive Education as a Leading Provider of Executive Programs. We were honored by Bersin & Associates as a Learning Leader for our Leadership Development Programs.
The Financial Times rankings, based upon client feedback, consider a range of factors, all of which impact the quality of an executive education program and its ability to impact executives. Emory, specifically, was highly rated in the following categories:
- # 7 for the quality of teaching and the extent to which teaching staff worked together to present a coherent program
- # 8 for the level of interaction between client and school, the extent to which clients’ ideas were integrated into the program, and the effectiveness of the school in integrating its latest research
- # 8 for the relevance of skills gained to the workplace, the ease with which they were implemented, and the extent to which the course encouraged new ways of thinking
- # 9 for program design
- # 9 for Follow-up
- # 10 for the extent to which academic and business expectations were met