Boston University School of Management MBA Ranked 39th Nationally; 28th by Recruiters by Bloomberg Businessweek
November 15th, 2012 – Boston University School of Management placed 39th among full-time MBA programs in Bloomberg Businessweek‘s biennial ranking of top U.S. business schools, a change of one position from the 2010 ranking. In New England, the School ranked 5th behind Harvard, MIT, Dartmouth, and Yale.
The Bloomberg Businessweek ranking is largely determined by both student and recruiter feedback, which each contribute 45 percent of the final ranking. The student rating placed the School 41st and reflects overall student satisfaction of the b-school experience. The recruiter rating, which placed the School 28th overall, is determined by asking recruiters to identify the schools that produce the best graduates. The final 10 percent of the ranking was influenced by the faculty research within a set of academic journals.
The high quality of the School’s MBA graduates continues to be recognized by leading recruiters, reflected in the School’s rise of eight places this year to 28th overall in the recruiter survey. High student interest in attending the School’s full-time MBA program continues, reflected by a competitive applicant pool. This year 30 percent of students were admitted to the program.
Bloomberg Businessweek publishes rankings of full-time and part-time MBA programs in alternate years. In Bloomberg Businessweek‘s most recent ranking of part-time MBA programs, the School of Management ranked 1st in Boston and 4th in New England.