Financial Times: UConn MBA No. 2 in Value for Money

Financial Times MBA Ranking 2018

2018 Global MBA Ranking Recognizes UConn’s Full-time MBA Program for Quality and Financial Value

Financial Times has ranked the UConn MBA program No. 2 in the nation for financial value, according to its 2018 rankings.

The UConn MBA program was also ranked No. 20 for quality among public programs in the United States and No. 44 among all U.S. MBA programs, both public and private, and No. 84 worldwide.

The ranking also noted that the UConn program ranks in the Top 10 among public U.S. MBA programs for graduate salary percentage increases.

“As part of a public research institution, our MBA program offers students access to exceptional faculty and experiential learning opportunities, while maintaining public university tuition values. We take pride at UConn in providing the combination of quality and affordability that the Financial Times has recognized,” said Associate Dean of Business Graduate Programs David Souder. “Our incoming class is filling up with students excited by the STEM-designated tracks we offer in Business Analytics, Digital Marketing, and Financial Investments.”