Bloomberg Business Week ranks CBS MBA amongst best international Full-time MBAs in the world

The CBS MBA has moved up one spot to place 27 in Bloomberg Business Week’s International Full-time MBA Ranking 2016, released on 5 December 2016. The ranking assesses the MBA program’s ability to prepare graduates for job success and is a great credit to the CBS Full-time MBA programme and graduates overall.

The two most influential elements of the ranking are the recruiter’s opinions on how well MBA programmes equip their graduates with relevant skills, and feedback from students on how thoroughly they were prepared for the workforce. MBA recruiters were asked how well the skill set of their MBA hires match their needs, whereas the alumni survey asked for feedback from three MBA chapters on their careers, their compensation change over time, and their mid-career job satisfaction.

Nivedita Ramulu Eskesen, CBS MBA career services manager, comments: “Through our career services, we help identify and understand the participant’s career goals and achieve their ambitions alongside their academic curriculum; we aim to serve the needs of both the MBA participants and potential employers. We work hard to expose students to opportunities that match their unique skill set. It is very rewarding to receive confirmation from our MBA recruiters that we succeed in this area and that our MBAs are able to bring such high satisfaction to their employers.”

Bloomberg compiled data from more than 9,000 recent graduates, 15,000 alumni, and 1,000 recruiters across 31 distinct international business school programmes. The 2016 ranking is made up of five parts:  employer - which influences 35% of the total rank, alumni (30% of total rank), student (15%), job placement rate (10%) and starting salary (10%). Bloomberg Business Week has been compiling MBA rankings since 1988.

To view the International Full-time MBA Ranking 2016, please visit Bloomberg Business Week.

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