In the 2014 annual ranking by the Financial Times, Goizueta’s Full-Time MBA Program placed 22nd in the nation and 41st in the world. Data gathered to determine the rankings include information on alumni salaries, student job placement, and faculty research output, among other criteria. Goizueta rose 8 spots in the global ranking versus its 2013 results, and 9 spots in terms of careers, which evaluates changes in the level of seniority and size of company where alumni are working. Both reflect the school’s commitment to student short and long-term success.
“We continually look for ways to enhance the program’s effectiveness by considering changes in the marketplace,” said Robert Kazanjian, vice dean of programs. “Our inclusion in the Financial Times ranking recognizes our commitment to providing a comprehensive MBA experience and meeting the needs of students and alumni.”
The Financial Times data adds to a list of rankings success for the Full-Time MBA Program, which includes our No. 1 ranking in 2014 for employment by Poets & Quants; No. 22 by Bloomberg BusinessWeek (November 2012); No. 18 by U.S. News & World report (March 2013).