The latest Bloomberg Businessweek ranking of full-time MBA programs, released today, ranked Michigan State University’s Eli Broad College of Business Full-Time MBA no. 10 among public universities and no. 27 overall.

Exterior of Eppley Center.The Broad MBA moved up several places from the last ranking of no. 30 overall and no. 12 public.

“Broad MBA graduates make business happen with creativity and innovation. This recognition among elite public programs highlights the value of a Broad MBA to alumni and to the employers who recruit them,” said Glenn Omura, associate dean for MBA and professional master’s programs.

MSU’s MBA has ranked among the top U.S. public programs in the other major full-time MBA rankings as well: No. 8 in Forbes and the Economist, No. 11 in Financial Times, and No. 14 in U.S. News & World Report.

Bloomberg Businessweek’s “Best Business Schools” uses placement rates, the starting salaries graduates command, and other indicators of quality drawn from surveys of students, alumni, and recruiters to differentiate among MBA programs.

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