Financial Times (FT) today released its
Global MBA Rankings 2014 and recognized the University of
Virginia Darden School of Business as a "strong performer" due
to its continued rise in the ranking. Among U.S. schools, Darden
moved up one place to No. 15. In the global ranking, Darden rose
eight places, from No. 35 to No. 27.
In several categories, FT named Darden a Top 10 MBA program in
- In the
overall ranking, No. 6 in Placement Success (the effectiveness
of the School's career services, the Career Development Center, in
supporting student recruitment, as rated by alumni)
- In the
specialty rankings, Darden was named a top MBA program in the
world in the following three categories:
No. 1 in General Management
No. 3 in Corporate Social Responsibility/Ethics (up from No. 4 in
No. 5 in Organizational Behavior
The 2014 FT ranking is
based on two surveys of the business schools and their
alumni who graduated in 2010. FT ranks programs according to alumni
salary, idea generation and diversity of students and
For the third year in a row, Darden tops The
Economist's list as the world's No.1 education experience and
for the second year in a row, the Financial Times' list as
the world's best MBA program in general management.
About the Darden School of Business
The University of Virginia Darden School of Business is
one of the world's leading business schools, offering MBA, Ph.D.
and Executive Education programs. The unique Darden experience
combines the case study method, top-ranked faculty whose research
advances global managerial practice and business education, and a
tight-knit learning environment to develop responsible and complete
leaders who are ready to make an impact.
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