The Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education have ranked the Katz Two-Year MBA program No. 12 in the world in a survey of global MBA programs. The Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education surveyed more than 23,000 alumni from across the world to create their ranking.
The WSJ/THE ranking measures career outcomes, school resources, student engagement, and learning environment. The Katz MBA excelled in school resources and learning environment due to the advantages of being an intimate MBA program with the resources of a large, globally recognized University.
The Katz MBA also did particularly well in career outcomes as the program offers an exceptional return on investment. This reaffirms similar findings from Forbes, The Financial Times, SoFi, and The Economist which have all recognized the Katz MBA as being among the best in return on investment and salary growth.