In its ranking of the best MBA programs in the world, Financial Times ranked The Mason School of Business at The College of William & Mary in the top 100 in the world.
In the Financial Times MBA 2011 ranking, the Mason School ranked 86th among all business schools in the world and in the top 50 of all U.S. business schools considered for ranking.
The ranking measures the career progression of alumni, the diversity of the school’s faculty and students, the quality of faculty research.
“The Financial Times ranking measures faculty quality, international diversity, and the perceptions and career success of our graduates. It is highly regarded around the world and we are pleased by this recognition,” said Dean Lawrence B. Pulley.
In determining the ranking, Financial Times surveys alumni who have been out of school for three years and collects data from the school on the diversity and research components. Alumni are asked about their salaries, career development since graduation, and the likelihood of their recommendation for the school.
The College of William and Mary, located in Williamsburg, Virginia is one of the nation’s premier public universities and believes that excellence in teaching is the key to unlocking intellectual and personal possibilities for students. Dedicated to this philosophy, the College provides high-quality undergraduate, graduate and professional education that prepares students to make significant contributions to the Commonwealth of Virginia and the nation.
As the second-oldest institution of higher learning in the United States and educational home to many early American leaders, the College is revered as the “alma mater of a nation.” Its Mason School of Business embraces the entrepreneurial spirit that built the country atop a foundation of business, trade, and economics. Its revolutionary approach to business education with its personalized, experiential model invites energetic thinkers with a will to lead in creating a strong sustainable economy and thriving society.