Graduate Rankings (MBA)

Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek publishes rankings of full-time and part-time MBA programs in alternate years. The full-time ranking, “The Best U.S. Business Schools,” is published in even-number years and is based on a student survey (45%), a survey of corporate recruiters (45%), and an intellectual capital ranking (10%).

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The part-time ranking, “The Best Part-Time MBA Programs,” is published in odd-number years and is based on separate measures of student satisfaction (40%), academic quality (30%), and post-graduation outcomes (30%).

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U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report conducts annual rankings of full-time and part-time programs. The full-time “America’s Best Graduate Schools” ranking is based on peer school and recruiter surveys (40%), placement success (35%), and incoming student profiles (25%).

  • Full-time MBA Program 40th overall (2014)

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The part-time ranking, “Best Part-Time MBA Programs,” is based on peer school surveys (50%), average GMAT score and average GRE quantitative and verbal scores of entering part-time MBA students (15%), work experience (15%), the percentage of the school’s MBA enrollment that is part time (15%), and their average undergraduate GPA (5%).

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Financial Times

Financial Times‘ annual “Global MBA” full-time ranking is determined by surveys completed by each school (45%) and a survey of MBA alumni on topics related to career progress and salary (55%). The final score is made up of data collected in the current year (50%), one year prior (25%), and two years prior (25%).

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The Economist

The Economist‘s “Which MBA?” global ranking of the top 100 schools is based on alumni and student surveys (20%) and data provided by the schools (80%). Schools must meet a minimum number of respondents and data provision to qualify for ranking.

  • Full-time MBA Program 34th in US, 55th in world (2012)

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The annual AméricaEconomía “Global MBA Ranking” is based on academic measurements (25%), program selectivity (25%), the strength of each school’s network in Latin America (20%), school prestige among surveyed readers (20%), and program cost (10%).

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The Expansión “Top International MBAs” ranking is based on a questionnaire completed by each school and is evaluated based on the GMAT scores of incoming students (35%), return on investment (20%), composition of faculty (18%), faculty publications and research (17%), countries represented (8%), and foreign students (2%). The ranking is also adjusted based on each school’s position and value in the Mexican business world.

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