In the recently released 2018 QS World University Rankings, three Questrom programs have been ranked among the best.
First up, among the 2018 QS Global MBA rankings, Questrom School of Business placed 15th in the United States and 32nd in the world. The Full-Time MBA program was additionally recognized as 35th in the world (17th in US) for entrepreneurship & alumni outcomes and 29th in the world (14th in US) for employability outcomes. This ranking for the MBA program follows a recent jump of 6 places globally in The Economist’s latest “Which MBA” report and an improvement to 49th overall in Bloomberg Businessweek’s Best Graduate Business Schools of 2017 ranking.
Next, in the 2018 QS Finance Masters ranking the Questrom School of Business MS in Mathematical Finance program placed 9th in the United States, 38th in the world. The program was additionally recognized as being 16th in the world for alumni outcomes. This is not the first external recognition of the strength of the program – earlier this year it was ranked 12th in the United States by Eduniversal and in the 2017 Quantnet ranking was recognized as 13th in the world.
Finally, the Questrom School of Business MSMS program placed 3rd in the United States and 37th in the world in the 2018 QS Management Masters ranking. This is the first time the program has been considered for this ranking and provides a very strong international recognition for this innovative program. Within this ranking the program was also recognized as being the 20th best in the world for alumni outcomes and 13th in the world for providing the best value for the degree.
Acknowledging the School’s efforts at continually striving for rigorous, impactful programs, Ken Freeman, Allen Questrom Professor and Dean said, “With a strong focus on student outcomes, we appreciate that the QS rankings recognized the strength of Questrom’s employment outcomes, alumni success, and high quality.”
The results of these ranking were informed by a review of school metrics and QS’s series of globally administered surveys of employers, academics, and executives and focused on five main areas: 1) Employability 2) Alumni Outcomes, 3) Value for Money, 4) Thought Leadership, and 5) Class & Faculty Diversity.
You can read more about the methodology and see the full rankings on the QS website: