The latest Bloomberg Businessweek ranking of full-time MBA programs, released today, spotlighted Broad’s leadership in helping graduates turn their academic and professional skills into post-graduate employment.
In the 2017 “Best Business Schools,” the Michigan State University MBA was among the top five programs for job placement – third among public programs. Over the period studied by the ranking, 95.5 percent of Broad MBA graduates accepted positions within three months of graduation – well above the average of 86.2 percent for all ranked schools, and outpunching even heavy hitting B-schools like Harvard, Stanford, Kellogg, Booth, and Kelley.
“Our team, including faculty, staff and students, works diligently to ensure our graduates are equipped with the skills and creativity to allow them to innovate at the highest levels in the workplace and to present their own value as they seek out the employment situations that best fit their aspirations,” said Glenn Omura, associate dean for MBA and professional master’s programs. “We are proud of our graduates’ successes, both in finding positions and as they make business happen from them.”
The Broad MBA ranked #12 among all public programs, maintaining its position among the top 15 public programs in all the major MBA rankings, and #29 overall.
Bloomberg Businessweek’s “Best Business Schools” uses placement rates, the starting salaries graduates command, and other indicators of quality drawn from surveys of employers, alumni, and students to differentiate among MBA programs.
For more information about this ranking, visit bloomberg.com.