Wake Forest’s Full-time MBA Program Improves Four Positions in Bloomberg Businessweek Ranking

11.19.2012 News Release

WINSTON-SALEM, NC – Bloomberg Businessweek has once again ranked Wake Forest University Schools of Business among the top-50 Full-time MBA programs in the nation.

Overall, Wake Forest ranked No.44 this year, up four places from 2010.

The Bloomberg Businessweek ranking is based on a satisfaction survey of recent MBA graduates, a poll of corporate recruiters on the quality of graduates, and an evaluation of faculty research output.

Wake Forest's recruiter ranking rose 11 positions from the last survey to No. 41 out of 263 programs that were eligible to be considered for the ranking.

"This is a testament to the hard work that our faculty and staff have invested in building relationships with the business community and helping students find jobs that match their skills and interests," said Steve Reinemund, Dean of Business.

In Bloomberg Businessweek's teacher quality ranking, Wake Forest received an "A" grade in 2012 and outperformed 6 of the top 10 overall ranked schools.

The results of the survey, analysis and complete methodology can be found online at (www.businessweek.com/bschools).