The Full-Time MBA Program at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School placed 18th in the nation in rankings released today by Financial Times. Goizueta’s Full-Time MBA Program ranks 40th in the world according to the new, Financial Times data.

“The latest ranking by Financial Times shows the results of the entire Goizueta community’s continued efforts to support our students’ success,” said Brian Mitchell, Associate Dean of the Full-Time MBA Program. “We are pleased to be included in this ranking of business schools across the globe, which recognizes our goals of preparing students to face complex business problems while maintaining a unique and gratifying on-campus and alumni experience. We look forward to continuing our success in training future business leaders.”


Data on the school’s faculty, student diversity, and international experience were used to compile the Financial Times ranking along with salary and career progress data.

The Financial Times data adds to a list of rankings success for the Full-Time program, which ranks No. 18 nationwide and No. 28 worldwide by The Economist (October 2011); No. 22 byBloomberg BusinessWeek (November 2010); No. 23 by U.S. News (March 2011).