School of Management ranked 30th in the US by The Economist
Boston University School of Management has been ranked 30th in the US and 49th globally by The Economist in the 2011 Full Time MBA Ranking, an annual survey of full-time MBA programs.
The ranking is based on four factors that the Economist Intelligence Unit identifies as the primary reasons students pursue an MBA: to open new career opportunities (weighted at 35 percent); for personal development and educational experience (35 percent); to increase salary (20 percent); and to build a professional network (10 percent).
Landing the 4th position in the Diversity of Recruiters category, the School of Management’s ongoing relationship with a varied recruiter base continues to be a differentiator. Boston University also ranked 22nd in Student Diversity and 24th in Breadth of Alumni Network.