The Full-time Berkeley MBA Program ranked #10 in Poets & Quants meta ranking, published on Nov. 26. The program also ranked #10 in 2013.
The ranking is based on the results of five previously published rankings: U.S. News & World Report, Forbes, Bloomberg Businessweek, The Financial Times, and The Economist.
“Each ranking is separately weighted to account for our view of their authority and credibility,” writes Poets & Quants. “U.S. News is given a weight of 35%, Forbes, 25%, while both the FT and Businessweek is given a 15% weight, and The Economist, 10% weight.”
In comparison, the school’s own market‐based measure of relative reputation ‐‐ bilateral win rates when both Haas and a competitor admit the same person — puts Haas tied for 6th.
Read the full report here.
Meantime, Haas ranked as the 8th most innovative business school in the US, according to an article published in BusinessManagementDegree.net on December 1.
The ranking cites, among other factors, the school’s Institute of Business Innovation, its selective MBA admissions process, and its fresh-thinking approach.
According to the article, “Haas’ MBA program is designed to help turn students themselves into innovative leaders, with a compulsory applied innovation course giving them the chance to gain real-world experience of problem-solving within major consultancies.”