Bloomberg Ranks Ted Rogers MBA Among World’s Best
Just a few weeks after Bloomberg Businessweek debuted its list of the top U.S. MBA programs for 2017, the publication revealed its ranking for the best international schools, with the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University being lauded as not only one of the best schools in Canada, but one of the best in the world.
The Bloomberg Businessweek ranking looks at factors such as the success rates of alumni in starting careers, starting wages, and surveys from recruiters, current students, and graduates of the program.
This marked the first time the Bloomberg Businessweek ranking has featured the Ted Rogers MBA, but the program’s success has not gone unnoticed, especially in Canada. The school is also regarded as one of the 100 best MBA programs in the world by The Economist and by the Canadian Business’ Top 10 Canadian MBA programs four years in a row. The program also placed in the top ten this year among the Bloomberg‘s ranking of top salaries and job placement for recent graduates.
Since its creation in 2006, the Ted Rogers MBA has been highly regarded for its innovative approach to business education and location at the center of Toronto’s business district. “From the beginning the Ted Rogers MBA benefitted from strong leadership, a commitment to excellence, and a focus on students’ careers,” Ted Rogers MBA Director Kim Bates said in a press release following the release of the annual ranking.
“As a startup program, we were able to configure our programs to reflect the new century and differentiate from our established competitors,” she adds. “Our career results are excellent, program delivery and commitment of faculty and staff are exceptional, and we have had support from our academic leadership to admit only high-quality students.”
French business school INSEAD led the way in this year’s ranking, taking over for the London Business School (LBS), which swapped the number one and two spots from last year. Ted Rogers, 24th overall, was one of five Canadian business schools to land on the list, with the Ivey Business School at Western University Canada earning the highest ranking among the group—11th overall.
Check out the entire 2017 Bloomberg Businessweek international MBA ranking here.