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TCU MBA Ranks No. 32 in the World by The Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education

TCU MBA also ranked No. 15 for Engagement and No. 26 for Outcomes out of 114 schools from 24 countries.

December 10,  2018

By Elaine Cole

In a ranking designed to explore teaching excellence and the student experience, Times Higher Education worked in partnership with The Wall Street Journal to gather performance data from business schools across the world. The results were published in December 2018.

TCU Neeley ranks No. 32 overall, No. 15 for Engagement and No. 26 for Outcomes out of 114 schools from 24 countries. More than 23,000 alumni responded to the survey. 

“These ranking recognize TCU Neeley’s focus on engaging rigorous faculty-student interaction that translates into strong outcomes for our students,” said David Allen, associate dean of graduate programs.

The MBA programs were measured across 20 performance indicators: faculty per student, teaching qualifications, number of career support staff, effectiveness of career support, learning engagement, interaction, relevance to the real world, research, recommendations from alumni, salary, opportunities, entrepreneurship, worth, social good, international students, international staff, percentage of female students, percentage of female staff, and proportion of first-generation students.  

The scores were aggregated into four key areas: Engagement, Outcomes, Resources and Environment. 

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