MIB program No. 1 in North America

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A recent MIB class enjoy a break during a hike

Smith’s Master of International Business program has been ranked first in North America and Top 50 in the world by the Financial Times.

The Financial Times released its FT 2019 Masters in Management ranking in October. The MIB program placed 48 out of 100 ranked programs from across the globe. Smith moved up five spots over its 2018 ranking.

The FT 2019 Masters in Management ranking is based on a wide range of criteria, including program design, value for money, student career progress, diversity of both students and faculty, and international experience and reach.

The Smith MIB ranked Top 10 for international mobility, highlighting its commitment to providing students with a truly global experience during the program and after graduation.   

“This is a great tribute to the quality of our Master of International Business program,” said Elspeth Murray, the school’s associate dean of MBA and masters programs. “Our focus on providing cutting-edge business education, strong personal skills development, and great career outcomes carries across all our Master of Management programs at Smith.”