UC Davis MBA Program Ranks Among Nation's Best for 13th Consecutive Year
For 13 consecutive years, the UC Davis Graduate School of Management has been ranked among the top 50 business schools in the nation by U.S.News & World Report.
The magazine's latest survey, released March 28, 2008, places the UC Davis MBA program 20th among business schools at public universities and 44th overall.
The UC Davis Graduate School of Management has been ranked in the top 50 every year since 1996, and continues to be the youngest business school within a public institution ever ranked by the magazine. With 120 full-time MBA students, UC Davis is the smallest business school ranked in the top 50.
The UC Davis MBA program also remains one of the country's most selective. About 26 percent of applicants to the Daytime MBA program are accepted, the 13th lowest acceptance rate in the nation. UC Davis MBA students enter with an average GMAT score ranked among the top 25 schools.
UC Davis is one of only 35 business schools to be ranked in the top 50 for 13 consecutive years.
Our most recent accolades also include:
U.S.News & World Report: One of the nation's most selective MBA programs. About 26 percent of applicants to the Daytime MBA program are accepted, the 13th lowest acceptance rate in the country.
The Wall Street Journal 2007: Corporate recruiters surveyed by the Journal rank the Graduate School of Management among the top 30 regional business schools in the nation, and #6 worldwide for preparing graduates for the technology, Internet and telecom industries.
The Financial Times' Global MBA 2008 survey ranks the Graduate School of Management #2 in the field of Organizational Behavior. The UC Davis MBA program ranks 28th among U.S. programs (up from 47th last year) and 58th in the world (up from 76th last year).
The Economist Intelligence Unit, a division of The Economist magazine group, ranks the UC Davis MBA program among the top 40 in North America and among the top 70 in the world in its global business school survey.
Beyond Grey Pinstripes: The Aspen Institute's Center for Business Education ranks the UC Davis MBA program among the top 30 in the world for integrating issues of social and environmental stewardship into curricula and research.
The Princeton Review - #7 in the U.S. with greatest opportunity for women
Forbes' “Best Business Schools” ranks the UC Davis Working Professional MBA program 16th among part-time MBA programs nationwide based on graduates' five-year return on investment.
The UC Davis Graduate School of Management offers an interactive and collaborative learning environment distinguished by world-class faculty members renowned for their research and teaching, highly selective admissions, innovative and entrepreneurial students, and prime locations in Northern California’s economic hubs. Established in 1981, the school provides management education to more than 400 full-time and Working Professional MBA students on the UC Davis campus, in Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay Area.