IUM ranked 50th among the best 100 MBA programs worldwide by The Economist’s WhichMBA?
In the European regional rankings, IUM’s MBA maintained its position of 10th.
According to Dr. Antonella Patras, IUM’s Vice-Dean: « This is an excellent result given that the top US business schools are back in the ranking this year, while last year many had declined to participate due to COVID pandemic disruption. It is already a recognition in and of itself to be included in such prestigious rankings as The Economist. It proves the academic excellence of the program and the success of our ongoing pedagogic innovations.»
“The fact that the IUM MBA program is ranked ahead of Georgetown University, ESSEC Business School, and most European business schools, is a significant indicator of the added value of the program for the students (the ranking is based on students and alumni surveys and on data provided by the school); in particular, the rating is very good for the overall personal development and educational experience, said Dr. Marika Taishoff, MBA Program Director”
This is the 19th 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.
Andres Bonilla – MBA 2021
Creator Account Manager at Makrwatch
The 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