The University of Maryland’s Smith School of Business raked No. 24 in Financial Times’ annual list of the top 25 business schools in the U.S., according to survey results released Monday.
The report was based on each school’s performance in other Financial Times rankings, including full-time Global MBA ranking. executive MBA ranking, and open-enrollment and customized program rankings, with the objective of highlighting how schools are responding to the changing market of business education. The schools were then grouped based on global regions: the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific.
Maryland was ranked No. 27 for its MBA program and No. 23 for its executive MBA program. Other regional schools making the list included Georgetown’s McDonough School at No. 15 and The Darden School at the University of Virginia at No. 19. Maryland was third among Big Ten schools, trailing only the University of Michigan at No. 4 and Northwestern University at No. 11. Rutgers was tied with Maryland at No. 24.