WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., — Bloomberg Businessweek ranks the Wake Forest University School of Business Full-time MBA program among the top 50 programs in the nation.
Wake Forest is ranked 46 overall and the School’s recruiter ranking rose to number 25 nationally, up 15 points from the last survey.
“This ranking is a reflection of our exceptional MBA students and the quality of teaching at Wake Forest,” said Scott Shafer, associate dean for the Full-time MBA program at Wake Forest. “ The many opportunities to develop leadership skills in and out of the classroom, and build and thrive in diverse teams are invaluable to our graduates as they make the transition to high-performing, successful alumni.”
Recruiters were asked to rank the ability of graduates in areas such as analytical and strategic thinking, creative problem solving, collaboration, communication, decision making, global mindset and leadership, among others.
“Our MBA students and alumni are known for their exceptional leadership skills, work ethic and the significant contributions they have made in the marketplace. Our students’ solid reputation and track record is what keeps our employer partners coming back every year,” said Mercy Eyadiel, executive director for employer relations and market readiness and employment.
The results of the survey, analysis and compete methodology can be found online at Bloomberg Businessweek.