2018 ranking from Bloomberg Businessweek.
WashU MBA rises in new Bloomberg Businessweek ranking

The forward momentum continues for WashU Olin Business School with news that our full-time MBA program placed 32nd nationally in Bloomberg Businessweek’s new ranking—up four spots from 2017.

The ranking, released on Thursday, relied on new methodology from previous years and scored Olin highly among US business schools for post-graduate compensation among WashU MBA recipients.

“Olin’s mission focuses on producing and serving business leaders who will change the world—not on rankings,” said Dean Mark P. Taylor. “But when we see a series of rankings confirming our momentum at WashU Olin, we can be gratified that our work is being affirmed and recognized.”

Almost simultaneously, The Princeton Review released its annual ranking of business schools and placed WashU Olin’s full-time MBA in the top five in the country for resources for women. That further reinforced an earlier Financial Times ranking that placed Olin No. 4 globally for MBA programs for women.

These latest results join a series of other recent rankings of business programs around the country and the world, including:

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