Fox Global MBA earns top-50 national ranking by The Economist

October 18, 2016 //

The Global MBA program at Temple University’s Fox School of Business is ranked among the top-50 programs in the United States, according to The Economist’s annual Which MBA? rankings.

The Fox School reached No. 44 nationally among all full-time, U.S.-based MBA programs, and is ranked No. 68 worldwide by the London-based weekly news magazine.

Released Oct. 13, The Economist’s Which MBA? rankings recognize the top-100, full-time MBA programs worldwide, according to three years of data (2014-2016) drawn from questionnaires of business schools, students, and recent graduates in areas such as quality of faculty and career services, student diversity, breadth of alumni network, and salary increase following graduation.

The Fox School earned a pair of top-10 national rankings from The Economist for its attention to career services and professional development.

The percentage of Fox Global MBA students who reported earning a job offer through Fox’s Center for Student Professional Development ranked No. 8 in the United States. The percentage of Global MBA students who received a job offer three months of graduation ranked No. 9 among U.S. programs.

The Fox Global MBA features RoadMap™, a revolutionary personal- and professional-development platform for assessing student performance using Microsoft Power BI, a suite of analytics tools used to analyze data and share insights. RoadMap™ allows students to identify gaps in their preparation for business leadership and provides a visual representation of their skills across all courses and competencies.

Students in the Fox Global MBA program benefit from experiential-learning opportunities for real clients within the Fox Management Consulting (Fox MC) practice capstone and a structured internship. Dual-degree options with the Fox School’s array of specialized master’s programs are also available.

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