Robert J. Trulaske Sr., College of Business, University of Missouri

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Bloomberg Businessweek Releases 2018 MBA Ranking

Bloomberg Businessweek has released its 30th annual ranking of the 92 best U.S. business schools and has further announced its ranking of the best business schools globally, encompassing 124 MBA programs across the Asia-Pacific region, Canada and Europe. Each school’s ranking is based on surveys of students, alumni and corporate recruiters, and takes into account compensation and job-placement data from each school.

The Trulaske College of Business’s full-time Crosby MBA program has landed in the No. 82 spot in the U.S. rankings and No. 107 globally. You can view an interactive page highlighting the school-specific data collected by Bloomberg Businessweek to compare schools by geography, starting salaries, and by which industries hired alumni. View our data here:

“We continue to offer a world-class business education and continue to strive to create more access for highly qualified students globally,” said Jana Stern, Director of Graduate Programs at the Trulaske College of Business. “This year’s Bloomberg Businessweek ranking has confirmed our place amongst select business schools again this year. These numbers underscore the excellence of our program as well as the success of our graduates. “

The complete 2018 rankings of all full-time U.S. and global MBA programs can be found here:

Note: The methodology for the 2018 business school rankings has been updated to better reflect students’ changing needs, and therefore this year’s rankings are not being compared to any prior years. For the first time, Bloomberg Businessweek implemented a new methodology for the overall ranking that focuses on four indexes: Compensation (38.5%), Networking (27.9%), Learning (23.1%), and Entrepreneurship (10.5%). In addition to the overall ranking, schools are separately ranked on each individual index, providing students more ways to evaluate what schools have to offer them. Read the full methodology here: