The Financial Times ranked the MBA program of the Fox School of Business among the top 10 in all global categories in its 2006 report released yesterday.
The Fox MBA placed first for international mobility. Other categories listed in the magazine include international experience, international board, international students and international faculty.
Rankings were determined from surveys completed by graduates of the two-year MBA program and the one-year international MBA program.
The two-year plan was recently modified to focus on leadership, globalization and real-world learning skills. The one-year international plan is an accelerated program in which students spend the year studying in three continents.
Aside from global rankings, the Fox School was rated No. 1 “value for money” among public-urban universities in the United States for the second consecutive year. Also for the second year in a row, Fox was counted among the top 50 MBA programs in the country and the top 75 MBA programs in the world.
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