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Full-Time Texas A&M MBA Named Top 10 Global “Value For Money” By Financial Times

The score takes into account tuition, course length and opportunity cost, among others.
By Texas A&M University Mays Business School staff February 4, 2020

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The Mays Business School has been recognized nationally for its value relative to cost.

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The Full-Time MBA program at Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School has again been named a top program globally, according to the 2020 rankings released by Financial Times. Texas A&M’s Full-Time MBA ranks as the 19th public program in the United States and, overall, 86th globally.

In addition to the Top 20 public program in the U.S. ranking, Texas A&M Full-Time MBA ranks 10th globally in “Value for Money,” a score measuring salary, course length, tuition, and other costs, including opportunity cost.

“We are very student- and employer-centric, continuously tracking the skills the market wants, and are agile in implementing the changes needed to meet market demand,” said Associate Dean for Graduate Programs Arvind Mahajan. “Creating functional tracks, introducing significant data analytics content, enhancing international experiential learning opportunities, and creating a course for students to actually manage an annual national case competition are just some examples of our swift actions.”

Mahajan continued, “The rankings are a manifestation of the quality of the students we admit, the rigorous course content delivered by a deeply caring faculty, and the personalized service provided by our staff and the dedicated Career Management Center.”

Texas A&M’s Full-Time MBA program is 18 months in duration, beginning in August of each year with a December graduation, and the degree includes the option to extend an additional semester for extra electives to match interest areas.

“As a professional who has worked outside the United States for years, I am thrilled to see the rising global prominence of this incredible program I have the honor of serving,” said Richard Castleberry, director of the Full-Time MBA program at Texas A&M. “Our vision at Mays Business School is to advance the world’s prosperity and the students, faculty and staff who make up this program are creating that level of impact through the discovery of themselves and the transformation that happens during their education at Texas A&M.”

“Congratulations to the faculty, staff and students that comprise this Full-Time MBA program and the efforts each of them does to continually improve our program,” said Eli Jones, dean of Mays Business School. “Excellence is an Aggie core value that is routinely exhibited by every member of Mays. We are proud of the hard work and the well-deserved recognition received by this program.”

Applications for the Texas A&M Full-Time MBA program are being accepted now for the class of 2022. For more information, visit Mays Business School online.

Media contact: Blake Parrish, Mays Business School director of marketing, communications and public relations, 979-845-0193.

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