The Fox School of Business is ranked No. 12 worldwide for International Management

The Fox School of Business is ranked No. 12 worldwide for International Management in the 2013-14 edition of the QS Global 200 Business Schools Report. The Fox School received a score of 97.3 out of a possible 100.
“Top business schools have seen the necessity of creating international MBA classroom environments that reflect the ever-increasing international working environment,” the report said. Schools were ranked based on details provided by more than 4,300 employers who actively recruit MBA graduates. The research and findings from QS’s report is intended for MBA employers, prospective MBA students, and institutions interested in international business education and recruitment trends.
The Fox School has a long-standing reputation as a global leader in international business, both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Its undergraduate international business (IB) program is a perennial Top 10 or Top 15 program, according to U.S. News & World Report. The undergraduate IB program is currently ranked No. 11 nationally.
Fox’s full-time Global MBA program is also ranked highly – No. 23 nationally – among MBA programs with an international focus. The Global MBA features faculty-led international immersions and the capstone Fox Management Consulting experience, which gives students the opportunity to provide professional-grade strategic solutions to paying clients.
In addition, the Global MBA program is currently ranked first in the nation for job placement, according to Forbes’ 2013 Best Business Schools ranking. Forbes described the nearly 98 percent job-placement rate for 2012 Fox MBA graduates as the nation’s best. Fox’s renowned Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD) oversees internship and job placement for both undergraduate and graduate students.
“International business is a pillar of the Fox School, and we are proud that it continues to be recognized as a strong one when compared to business schools nationally and globally,” Dean M. Moshe Porat said. “We are based in Philadelphia but truly connected to the world, and our global network greatly benefits our students and alumni.”
Written by: Alexis Wright-Whitley
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