U.S. News & World Report has ranked the FIU Business International MBA Program at No. 3 in the U.S., a jump from No. 8 last year, and the highest graduate program ranking in the college’s history. The new ranking places FIU Business right behind Harvard Business School and ahead of business schools at such institutions as the University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown University, Columbia University and New York University, all of which are also in the Top 10.
“We are honored to see our International MBA program ranked among some of the world’s most elite programs,” said Joanne Li, dean of FIU Business. “The ranking reflects our continued commitment to excellence in international business education and research, our leadership in this area, and our success in impacting our graduates’ careers.”
The U.S. News MBA rankings, released March 30, also place the FIU Business part-time MBA program at No. 64 among public school programs. The new rankings follow the U.S. News undergraduate international business school rankings, which placed FIU Business at No. 2 in the U.S. for the second year in a row.
In addition to the MBA rankings, European Business Review, also in March, placed FIU’s Center for Leadership on a list 10 top places for executive education in 2021. The list includes London Business School, the Wharton School and Columbia Business School and other top business schools around the world.