Full-time MBA Program ranked #7 by Financial Times
Originally published on Berkeley Haas Newsroom
The Full-time Berkeley MBA Program again ranks #7 among US schools and #10 in the world, according to the Financial Times Global MBA ranking published on January 28, 2019.
Haas faculty research ranked #9 in the world and #7 among US schools.
The ranking is based on data provided by participating schools and input from alumni who graduated in 2015, which accounts for 55% of the ranking.
Strong alumni salaries are a factor in the Haas School’s showing. Haas alumni recorded the 4th highest weighted salaries in the world and 8th highest salaries today. (Weighted salaries refers to the average alumni salary three years after graduation, US$ PPP equivalent, with adjustment for variations between sectors). These two salary components account for 40% of the ranking.
Haas, tied with Michigan Ross, scored the highest in aims achieved with 91% alumni reporting that their MBA achieved their aims.
In the top special categories, determined by the alumni survey, Haas ranks as follows:
#2 in corporate social responsibility
#3 for entrepreneurship
#3 in e-business
To read more about Berkeley's Full-Time MBA Program ranking, visit the full article on Berkeley Haas Newsroom.