McCombs takes a slew of high ranks, many not seen in a decade, including alumni salary and employment, faculty research, and doctoral production, in the latest MBA global ranking.
McCombs MBA students are among the most respected, satisfied, and sought-after in the nation, according to the latest slew of ranking headlines.
For the first time, McCombs cracked Bloomberg Businessweek's ranking of the top-20 executive education programs, landing at No. 15 worldwide for custom programs, and 7th among U.S. universities.
High student quality and successful employment keep the Texas MBA Program in good company in The Economist's annual global ranking.
Students at the McCombs School of Business continue to have some of the best teachers and campus life in the nation, according to the latest survey results from the Princeton Review.
The McCombs School of Business tied for 8th place in the 2014 edition of U.S. News and World Report's undergraduate business program rankings. And McCombs is one of only two schools in the nation with 10 or more business specialties ranked in the top 10.
For the fourth year in a row, McCombs takes first place in all three of the annual Public Accounting Report rankings: undergraduate, masters, and doctoral.