GW’s Masters in Business Administration program is the 67th best in the world, according to the “Financial Times'” 2007 top full-time global M.B.A. programs report.
GW ranked 75th in the 2006 report and 97th in 2005.
“Our alumni are making great strides in the corporate world, fulfilling their dreams, testifying to and demonstrating the value of their GW experience. We strive to provide our students with a program that meets both their educational and career goals. The Financial Times ranking recognizes that we are meeting those goals,” said Susan M. Phillips, dean of GW’s School of Business, in a press statement.
The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business was ranked No. 1 in the report, followed by the business schools at Columbia, Stanford, Harvard and the London Business School.
“We strive to continuously improve the rigor and relevance of the GW M.B.A.,” said Richard K. Green, associate dean for graduate programs, in a press release.
GW also placed 10th in the “Financial Times” doctoral rankings that evaluate the number of doctoral graduates from the last three academic years. The rankings also take into consideration those graduates assuming faculty positions at a top 50 school from the 2005 MBA report.