The Eli Broad College of Business received kudos for the stellar pay of its MBA graduates and a positive climate for its current students while placing in the top 25 among American public universities for overall excellence in the latest Bloomberg Businessweek Global Business School Ranking.

The Broad College placed 13th among domestic public business colleges for compensation and 29th for networking in the ranking released earlier this month. Overall, the college placed 25th among all American public colleges, and 64th among all business colleges worldwide, public and private.

Bloomberg canvassed more than 10,000 students, around 50,000 alumni and nearly 1,200 employers who recruit at business schools in compiling its ranking. The survey also considered compensation and job placement data from each school.

In surveying students, 72 percent of women and 71 percent of people of all sex orientations and gender identities rated the Broad College as having an “extremely positive” climate on campus.

The ranking lists 124 MBA programs from across the United States, Canada, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. The complete ranking can be seen at