Long gone are the days when the average business school offered only an MBA program, maybe in a full-time and part-time format. Today, the average business school program portfolio encompasses a wide array of program types designed for students at different stages of their career—ranging from pre-experience business master’s programs to executive MBA programs.
Overall, 4 out of 5 business school alumni consider their graduate management education an outstanding or excellent value, according to new findings from the 2018 Alumni Perspectives Survey, which solicited responses from 10,882 alumni worldwide representing 274 institutions and a wide variety of program types. Additional survey findings associated with alumni perceptions of the value of their graduate management education can be found in a new survey report published on gmac.com this week.
Business schools must to continue to provide a global view to position students for long-term career success.
The term “Go west, young man” was a phrase popularized in America during the westward expansion in the late 1800s. It was used for those seeking opportunity in the new frontier of America that was yet to be harvested and cultivated. Today, we can replace “Go west” with “Go global.”
Topics: B-School Outcomes