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BusinessWeek Names Kellogg EMBA No. 1 in the World

10/13/2005 - Evanston, IL — BusinessWeek magazine today named the Kellogg School of Management Executive MBA program number one in the world. The Kellogg EMBA program has been named number one in BusinessWeek since the survey began in 1991.

In addition, the biennial BusinessWeek survey also looks at executive education, where the Kellogg School ranked number 9 in open enrollment and number 10 in custom programs.

Both BusinessWeek and U.S. News and World report have named the Kellogg School EMBA program number one in the world for more than a decade.

In 2004, BusinessWeek magazine ranked the Kellogg School's full time program number one in the United States, an honor it has achieved a record five times since the biennial survey began in 1988.