In its latest ranking of global MBA programs, the Financial Times has ranked the Freeman School 61st in the world and 35th in the U.S. The ranking appears in the newspaper’s Jan. 25, 2010, issue.
Freeman was most recently ranked 80th in the world and 46th among U.S. programs in the 2008 Financial Times global MBA ranking, the last time Freeman was included in the survey.
The Financial Times ranks global MBA programs using a variety of criteria, including measures of alumni success and satisfaction, school reputation, institutional diversity, international experience, and research quality.
Of the 100 programs on the list, Freeman ranked 3rd in international experience, a weighted average of four criteria that measure international exposure during the MBA program.
To see the complete ranking, visit http://www.ft.com/businesseducation/mba2010.