The rankings are based on surveys of 26,699 MBA students, alumni and recruiters about their goals and experiences, plus compensation and job-placement data from schools.
Students, alumni and recruiters spoke, and TCU Neeley rose to the praise.
TCU MBA jumped to No. 39 in 2018, up from No. 55 in 2017, in Bloomberg Businessweek’s U.S. graduate business school rankings. TCU Neeley also ranks No. 8 in Learning.
Bloomberg Businessweek changed their methodology for the 2018 U.S. rankings. They surveyed MBA students, recent graduates and recruiters to see how important four factors weighed: Learning, Networking, Entrepreneurship and Compensation. The combined score, plus school data, make up the overall ranking.
How TCU MBA ranks:
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Students gave TCU Neeley high marks for a positive environment for women, minorities, international students and people with disabilities.
Students and alumni praised TCU Neeley’s quality environment:
“Small program allowed for quality interactions with faculty, alumni and visiting business professionals.”
“Small class sizes give you great access to the professors (who really care about your success on a personal level), extracurricular activities like case competitions, and the ability to build a smaller but closer network.”
“It allowed more 1-on-1 time with faculty and staff, and the relationships which were built with fellow classmates I felt were deeper and richer.”