The M.S. in Commerce Program offered by the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce ranks second out of 40 master’s in management (MiM) programs around the world, according to inaugural MiM rankings released recently by The Economist. Surpassed in the rankings only by HEC School of Management, Paris, McIntire also is the only U.S. school to appear in the top 10.
“The M.S. in Commerce’s comprehensive business education taught me the skills I needed to land and be successful in my dream job,” says Oliver Wyman Senior Consultant Anna Ramundo (M.S. in Commerce ’14) from a client project in Mexico City. “The Program gave me a world-class education, and it is exciting that others, such as The Economist, are recognizing the value of this unique program.”
In addition to its #2 overall ranking by The Economist, the M.S. in Commerce Program garnered #3 for open career opportunities, #4 for education experience, and #5 in the student/alumnus faculty rating. The Program also placed #4 in salary, #6 in the student/alumni rating of facilities, #6 in the alumni rating of careers service, and #9 in the student/alumni rating of culture and classmates.
Now in its 10th year, the M.S. in Commerce Program has over 900 students and alumni around the world. Check out 45 alumni profiles here.
– Sean Kelley, Assistant Director of Graduate Marketing & Recruiting