No.4 According to the Financial Times, Questrom places fourth in the United States when it comes to the percentage of female students in an MBA program. Female-identifying students made up 44 percent of the school’s most recent full-time MBA class. In May 2019, CEOWORLD ranked Questrom 12th in its list of the “world’s best business schools for aspiring businesswomen.”
50 Questrom Professor in Management Marshall Van Alstyne has been short-listed for the Thinkers50 Distinguished Achievement Awards, which honor “thinkers whose ideas have the potential to change the world.” Van Alstyne, also a professor of information systems, was nominated in the digital thinking category for his work on digital platforms and for helping develop the concept of the inverted firm.
No.1 Eduniversal has rated Questrom’s Health Sector MBA number one in the health management category. The Questrom full-time MBA came in at number 13 in the United States overall, while the Social Impact MBA placed number 10 in the country in its category.