QS TopMBA report ranks Fox Online MBA ranks No. 6 globally
In January, the Fox Online MBA received a No. 1 national ranking by U.S. News & World Report. Two months later, the program has been recognized as the sixth-best program in the world, according to QS TopMBA.
Fox’s program jumped six places, from No. 11 in QS TopMBA’s 2014 report to No. 6 in this year’s ranking, which was released March 26.
The QS TopMBA Distance/Online MBA ranking is said to be the first global ranking of distance and online MBA programs. The survey, which is primarily reputation-based, collects feedback from employers of the online MBA students they recruit. QS uses 18 metrics to arrive at its rankings, including: AACSB accreditation; work experience; completion rate; diversity; faculty-to-student ratio; and average GMAT scores, among others.
“The Fox Online MBA connects cutting-edge technology and an accredited, high-impact curriculum with an internationally recognized faculty to foster a dynamic learning community,” said Fox School Dean M. Moshe Porat. “I am pleased that U.S. News & World Report has recognized our Online MBA program as the best in the country. Our Online and Digital Learning team continues to deliver the best advancements in technology to a quality, online-format education.”
“Both domestically and globally, the demand for a high-quality, comprehensive online business education is soaring, and I am proud that the Fox School continues to be recognized as a leader in this arena,” said Fox School Dean M. Moshe Porat. “Our Online and Digital Learning team continue to set the bar for innovation, accessibility and rigor in an online MBA program.”