Boston University School of Management MBA Ranked 44th Nationally by the Financial Times; 10th Globally in e-business
Boston University School of Management placed 44th nationally and 95th globally among full-time MBA programs in the Financial Times 2013 Global MBA ranking.
In addition, the Financial Times ranked the School 10th globally in the category of e-business based on alumni ratings. The School continues to provide a portfolio of innovative digital offerings, building off a newly redesigned full-time MBA curriculum, and recently announced the Grand Business Challenge in Digital Health case competition taking place in spring 2013.
The School of Management also continues to produce increasingly satisfied alumni, demonstrated by the “alumni recommend” rank rising from 45th to 38th globally, and “alumni aims achieved” rank moving from 78th to 66th globally. SMG’s faculty research rank improved four spots from 59th to 55th globally, due to an increase in the number of articles published by full-time faculty in 45 internationally recognized academic and practitioner journals.
The FT ranking is based on recent surveys of business schools and of alumni who graduated in 2009. MBA programs are assessed according to alumni career progression, their international exposure, diversity of students and teaching staff, and the quality of faculty and research.