Lemberg MAief - program ranked #1 in the US by the Financial Times for the second year in a row
The Financial Times
Our Lemberg Master of Arts in International Economics and Finance (MAief) is ranked #1 in the U.S. (#17 worldwide) in the Financial Times' second-annual ranking of the Top 30 Global Masters in Finance Programs that do not require students to have prior work experience. See the rankings table.
“Our faculty works hard to ensure students receive a truly global educational experience that they can apply to careers anywhere in the world," said Dean Bruce Magid. "Finance is one our greatest strengths and we are excited that this has been recognized by the high position of the MAief in this survey.”
MSF - program applauded in Financial Times profile
The Financial Times published a glowing feature profile of the MSF program, applauding the school for “a rigorous quantitative curriculum focused on international business, a wide selection of courses taught by a faculty comprised of practicing managers and academics, and a diverse global student population." More
PhD - program ranked among the top 50 in the US
The National Research Council
The PhD program was ranked among the 50 best in the country by the National Research Council, an arm within the United States National Academies that collects and analyzes information about academic, public policy and other national topics. More
In April 2011 Brandeis IBS was selected by Entrepreneur Magazine as one of the 16 best schools in the country for "eco-entrepreneurs."
In 2008 the school launched the Global Green Initiative, a multidisciplinary program dedicated to understanding the impact of environmental and social concerns on businesses strategy. It also established an MBA in Socially Responsible Business, known as the Global Green MBA, which integrates issues such as corporate governance and environmental studies into its core program.
Through its centers, institutes and student clubs, the school provides a robust series of lectures focused on the environment. Recent events included an executive roundtable that featured a panel of senior managers from the energy industry focused on opportunities in global clean energy trade. More
The Princeton Review
For the fourth straight year, The Princeton Review named Brandeis IBS as one of the top 300 business schools in North America. The school's entry states that it is "renowned for its [global focus]” and that students "are full of praise for their professors." More
Comments from students include:
"The professors are very friendly, extremely smart, and ... concerned that we graduate with a great job."
"[Students] are friendly, and the environment is encouraging as opposed to competitive."