The Eli Broad College of Business Full-Time MBA Program ranks among the top 25 such programs offered by public universities in the United States, according to Bloomberg Businessweek’s Best B-Schools ranking for 2018.
The ranking, released last week and based on surveys of more than 10,000 students, approximately 15,000 alumni, and nearly 4,000 employers, ranked the Broad College 24th among public universities and 53rd overall nationwide.
Bloomberg said it considers factors such as job placement, compensation, learning, networking, and entrepreneurship in determining its rankings.
Bloomberg also placed the Broad College 13th among American public universities for compensation. That index looked at pay right after graduation, what alumni are earning, percentage of students employed three months after graduation, the percentage of alumni receiving bonuses, and the size of bonuses.