MBA Rankings

MBA rankings are a great way for perspective students to select between the best business programs offered at reputable universities. With future students in mind four main sources, The Financial Times, Business Week and The Economist publish a list of universities that offer the best program to earn a Master's in Business Administration. Taking the MBA rankings into account, perspective students will have a general idea of the status and value of their future degree in the business world. When selecting a school students should be aware of these rankings, even though they are debatable since they are seen by so many hiring companies.
How MBA rankings are Calculated: The rankings take many different factors into account that are all relevant for students. Students and corporate recruiters are given surveys, the starting salaries of graduates are evaluated, student test scores are tallied and employers are questioned. The surveys given to students determine student satisfaction with their professors, the material taught, and overall educational experience. Surveys given to the recruiters are designed to evaluate how well a graduate comes out of the program and reflect the graduate's performance in the work place. Different forms of rankings: Each publications has a few broken down rankings that are published apart from the main MBA ranking, which assists students in finding a more specific school. Lists of universities that offer online programs are ranked separately from attendance campuses. As well, Executive MBA (EMBA) rankings that evaluate the programs specifically for managers and executives whom are working full time while completing the program. Some MBA rankings are divided regionally and are filtered down to publish sub-list of top European, American and Asian MBA rankings.

 

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