The Economist ranks MBA faculty quality No. 8 worldwide

The Economist ranks MBA faculty quality No. 8 worldwide

By Marlen Lebish

The Economist ranks MBA faculty quality No. 8 worldwide

By Marlen Lebish
The full-time MBA program at Miami Herbert and its professors ranked among the world’s best by The Economist’s 2021 “Which MBA?” Full-time rankings.
Overall, Miami Herbert’s MBA program ranked 77th in the world, and 34th in the nation. In addition to the impressive global and national status, the School also received high marks for its quality of faculty ranked at No. 8 in the world.

The Economist’s faculty quality rating is based on the ratio of faculty members to students, the percentage of full-time faculty members with doctoral degrees and faculty rating by students.

“This ranking not only reflects the quality of our faculty, but the quality of their research and the experiences they bring to the classroom,” said Dhananjay Nanda, vice dean of faculty and research, and accounting professor at Miami Herbert. “Our faculty is more diverse than ever and continues to receive recognition for their work, which is evident from the praise received from students and alumni.”

The Economist Which MBA? rankings are based on various components of importance among current business students and alumni who have graduated within the last three years. The complete ranking and methodology is available on the “Which MBA?” website.

For more information about the Miami Herbert Full-time MBA program, click here.