The Full-time and Executive Berkeley MBA Programs achieved top global rankings in América Economia and Forbes, respectively.
The Full-time Berkeley MBA program placed fourth in the world in the MBA Global 2018 rankings by América Economia, a Latin American business magazine. The annual ranking includes the best business schools for Latin American students.
Berkeley Haas placed in the top four, behind Stanford Graduate School of Business, Harvard Business School, and Spain’s IESE. Among the Top 10 in this year’s rankings, five MBA programs are based in the U.S.: Haas, Stanford, Harvard, Yale School of Management, and Duke’s Fuqua School of Business.
América Economia ranked the MBA programs based on performance in four areas:
- academic strength (40%)
- knowledge production (15%)
- internationalization (20%)
- networking power (25%)
EMBA program ranks #9 worldwide, #6 in U.S.
In a separate ranking, published by Forbes, the Berkeley MBA for Executives program ranked #9 worldwide, and #6 among U.S. schools, in the 3rd annual “Best Executive MBA” ranking released May 31 in partnership with Ivy Exec.
The “Best Executive MBA” ranking is compiled by Ivy Exec without data provided by business schools. To create the ranking, approximately 6,000 top-level professionals are surveyed to evaluate more than 250 EMBA programs worldwide on five core criteria: prestige, career advancement, curriculum, global experience, and work-life balance.