Haas Does Well in Three New Rankings
October 31, 2014
Berkeley-Haas ranked highly in recent new rankings from Poets & Quants, College Choice, and US News & World Report. These new rankings measured aspects ranging from MBA pay over a 20-year period to college reputation and research to MBA job opportunities.
The Berkeley MBA program ranked #4 in a ranking of the most lucrative full-time MBA programs by Poets & Quants. Poets & Quants conducted the ranking based on data collected from MBA alumni by Payscale. PayScale used its database of MBA graduates at the top 50 U.S. schools to calculate an estimate of median pay and bonus over the entire 20-year span. The Berkeley MBA pay over 20 years, according to Payscale, was $2,858,000. Read the full report here.
Berkeley-Haas also ranked #4 in a ranking by College Choice. The ranking is based on data related to the number of startups and job opportunities associated with each school, existing reputations, and the number of opportunities calculated against class size. The ranking was publicized by Businessweek on October 15. Read the full report here.
US News & World Report released its inaugural ranking of the best global universities on October 28. UC Berkeley ranked #3 in the world, based on 10 indicators that measure academic research performance and global and regional reputations. US News also provided subject ranking, in which Berkeley ranked #6 for economics and business based on research and reputation in those fields. Read the full report here.
Topics: Haas in the Rankings