Brandeis International Business School (IBS) and its MBA program are ranked among the best in the world by The Princeton Review - a highly regarding rankings publication. In 2016, the MBA program was ranked for the first time by CNN Expansión and America Economia magazines.
The school's MA program in International Economics and Finance is ranked #2 in the country by the Financial Times, and has been ranked among the top ten pre-experience programs in the U.S. by the FT for six years in a row. The 2016 FT rankings noted achievements in gender diversity, alumni fulfillment and internship placement. The MA program is also ranked #2 in the country among graduate financial economics programs by the TFE Times (formerly The Financial Engineer).
The school's Master of Science in Finance (MSF) program was recently ranked as #10 in the country by the TFE Times, and in the past, Brandeis IBS was selected by Entrepreneur Magazine as one of the 16 best schools in the country for "eco-entrepreneurs."
Dean Bruce R. Magid, P'15, described Brandeis IBS' rankings as a reaffirmation of the school’s strong academic reputation and multicultural student-centered environment.
"We are pleased that the quality and dedication of our faculty, our community of talented and innovative students, and our global focus has been recognized," said Dean Magid.