Key factors that may impact an MBA Ranking

Key factors that may impact an MBA Ranking

•    Job Opportunities
    - Time taken to be employed after graduation: what is the percentage of students that land a job three months after graduation? Also, it is important to check the percentage of students that find a job through the school’s career services
 
•    Salary
    - Average salary after graduation: Business Schools in Singapore have shown data that reveal a jump of up to 140% after graduation. It is wise to check the actual figures and gauge an average salary hike for graduates with a new MBA degree from a reputed school

•    Course Curriculum
    - Research  / Papers / Relevancy: Content and range of electives, range of overseas experience programmes, number of languages on offer, scope for further research, facilities and other services

•    Student Body
    - Average GMAT Score and Working Experience

•    Networking
    - The breath and strength of the alumni and their willingness to contribute back to their alma mater, number of officials in overseas alumni branches
 
How ranking helps

•    As a guide to choose Business School/University
•    To attract more and better quality recruiters and helps students to get job offers form these companies
•    As a price premium for students
•    To reduce any post-purchase cognitive dissonance
•    To cross-sell the school’s open-enrolment executive programmes
•    To create a feeling of pride and achievement amongst alumni, faculty, staff and trustees
•    To raise funds for the school
•    To raise the reputation of the parent university


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