Financial Times Ranks Texas A&M’s Full-Time MBA In Top 20 Among U.S. Publics
The Financial Times 2021 Global Full-Time MBA Rankings ranked Texas A&M’s program 85th this year, one spot higher than last year and 14 spots higher than 2019. Out of U.S. public programs, Mays Business School’s residential MBA program is ranked 20th. Graduates from the class of 2018 were surveyed to compile the rankings.
In addition, Mays ranked 17th for “FT research rank,” based the number of articles published by full-time faculty in 50 select journals between January 2014 and October 2016.
“The Financial Times ranking our program is an honor because besides technical competencies and business acumen, it points to the integrity, leadership and selfless service qualities that all Aggies exhibit,” said Arvind Mahajan, associate dean for graduate programs. “With these core values in place, our students, faculty and staff strive for excellence, resulting in accolades that have an impact across the world.”
Texas A&M’s Full-Time MBA program begins each August and lasts 18 months. Students can add a semester to take electives that match their interest areas.
“Mays Business School’s vision is to advance the world’s prosperity,” said Richard Castleberry, director of the Full-Time MBA program. “Through this program, I witness students discover themselves, transform into the leaders they were meant to be with the support of faculty and staff, and graduate to impact the organizations and communities where they live. It’s inspiring and fulfilling to see the program receive this attention for the third year in a row.”
Applications for the Texas A&M Full-Time MBA program are being accepted now for the class of 2023.