According to Ready4, a Boston-based company that creates test prep apps, Syracuse University’s full-time MBA is the #25 most desired program. The study, now in its third year, uses survey data that obtained the preferences of more than 200,000 current and prospective MBA students from around the world.
“We’re pleased to be among the top destinations for MBA students,” said Don Harter, associate dean for master’s programs for Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management. “Our program combines a strong curriculum with experiential learning opportunities and our global population broadens a student’s perspective. Students have the flexibility of concentrating in accounting, business analytics, entrepreneurship, finance, marketing, real estate, and supply chain management. ”
Harter added that Syracuse University’s strong alumni network, nearly 70,000 strong in New York City alone, helps add to the program’s draw; prospective students know they’ll have the mentoring and support they’ll need to succeed both during the MBA program and beyond.
Results of the study were published in Forbes Oct. 30. For more information on how to apply, visit Whitman.syr.edu/mba.
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