IUM ranked 33rd among the best 100 MBA programs worldwide by The Economist’s WhichMBA?
IUM is proud to announce that in the recently published ranking of The Economist’s 2021 full-time MBA programs, IUM has jumped up 38 places, to be ranked 33rd amongst the top 100 MBA programs worldwide, from 71st last year.
In the European regional rankings, IUM’s MBA climbed from 18 last year, to 10 this year.
According to Antonella Patras, IUM’s Vice-Dean: « It is already a recognition in itself to be in prestigious rankings such as The Economist. The fact that our MBA has progressed in this ranking, proves the academic excellence and the meaning of the pedagogic innovations led every year.»
The MBA has been improved particularly in the student and alumni rating of the career service, and the personal development and educational experience rating.
This is the 18th year that The Economist has been publishing its renowned WhichMBA rankings. IUM’s MBA has featured in this ranking since the very beginning, in 2003.
The full rankings are published on The Economist website.
IUM ranked 33rd amongst the best 100 MBA programs worldwide
MBA program at a glance:
- AMBA Accredited
- The Monaco Experience: where you will be learning not just studying
- Mentorship Program
- Corporate Consulting Projects: Learn, Apply, and Network!
- Dedicated Master-Class weeks: seminars and workshops dedicated to “Understanding the Environment” on the one hand, and “Developing Oneself” on the other
- 25% of our MBA Alumni have created their own successful businesses