The Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business ranks among the best in the world and U.S., according to the 2022 full-time MBA program ranking by The Financial Times (FT), one of the world’s leading business news organizations.
The new report, released Feb. 14, 2022, ranks Katz’s full-time MBA program as No. 82 globally, No. 43 nationally, and No. 18 among public universities. These rankings mark the eighth straight year that Katz is ranked among the FT’s top 100 worldwide, top 50 in the U.S., and top 20 among U.S. publics.
The FT’s global MBA ranking is based on multiple factors, including program assessment, alumni satisfaction, career progression, diversity, and international opportunities. Alumni ratings gave Katz a score of 9.63 on a 10-point scale for “Overall Satisfaction,” placing it No. 6 in the world and No. 4 in the U.S. Additionally, Katz was named No. 9 in the U.S. and No. 4 among public universities for incorporating ethical business practices into curriculum and the program overall.
“Our faculty and staff prepare our students to create business value through leadership and practice, and promote global dialogue on economic and entrepreneurial activities that improve society,” said Arjang A. Assad, Henry E. Haller Jr. Dean. “These rankings from The Financial Times are further evidence of our successful efforts over the years as we’ve taken bold steps to maximize the value we provide to our students and our alumni worldwide.”
For details about all of the Katz MBA degree programs, visit business.pitt.edu/mba/.
Complete ranking data from FT can be found here.