Isenberg Continues Rise in Global and National Rankings
March 15, 2017
The spring semester is rankings season for business schools and Isenberg continues to make steady progress. I’m especially proud of our rankings in the Financial Times survey of Online MBA programs, where we were #1 in the U.S. and #3 in the world. With 1,300 online students, our online MBA program is among the nation’s largest and most successful.
Our online MBA also ranked #12 among 221 business schools in U.S. News’ annual survey, released in February. And in parallel U.S. News surveys, our full-time MBA program jumped eighteen places from 75th to 57th (41st to 31st among publics) and our part-time MBA program improved from 16th to 13th. Finally, our undergraduate program also made its mark, ranking 34th in the nation (15th among publics) on the business education website Poets & Quants.
Our rankings, of course, paint only a partial picture of Isenberg’s distinctively positive, “driven” culture. In the classroom, in student organizations, and in internships and other experiential learning opportunities, our students embody the Isenberg brand through their personal drive and teamwork.
With that said, rankings do matter as a yardstick of comparison with other schools. Thank you, then, if you completed an evaluative survey from a ranking body. Your feedback does make a difference, by giving your Isenberg education the positive recognition that it rightly deserves.