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Posted 2.8.16

CEO Magazine ranked Case Western Reserve University's Weatherhead School of Management full-time MBA and executive MBA programs as Tier One in their 2016 Global MBA Rankings.

The CEO Magazine Global MBA Rankings are designed with applicants in mind and examine the nuts and bolts of an MBA: the learning environment, class sizes, tuition fees, faculty, delivery methods, international diversity, gender make-up and more. The objective is simple: to identify schools which marry exceptional quality with great ROI.

Alon Rozen, Dean of the École des Ponts Business School in Paris, says of the rankings, “CEO Magazine has created something innovative, valuable and fresh in academia - a ranking system that values sense over cents. Instead of using quantity (i.e. faculty, student, endowment and salary sizes) as a proxy for quality - like many rankings now do - CEO Magazine has created a ranking that provides real insight, that looks beyond the veneer of marketing into the character of content, and that measures the key elements that truly define quality education today. With all of the changes in education in recent years, a new approach to ranking was definitely in order, and Graduate Forum has now jumped ahead of the competition in this respect. A sigh of relief for prospects and employers looking for a better way to identify the best programmes the world has to offer.”

"We are pleased that both the full-time MBA program and the executive MBA program are listed among the Tier One institutions categorized by CEO Magazine, a publication out of the UK," says Dean Robert Widing, Albert J. Weatherhead, III Professor of Management. "As the business world becomes increasingly global, so too must our graduate business education programs. Weatherhead strives to recruit a diverse student body that represents the kinds of global interactions students will experience in the business world."

The complete CEO Magazine Global MBA Rankings 2016 can be viewed in the latest edition of CEO Magazine or online.

 

Thinking about business school? Think Weatherhead School of Management. Think beyond the possible.

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