This week, the Rady School of Management’s commitment to a quality business education and entrepreneurship was recognized by two prestigious organizations — Bloomberg Businessweek and The Princeton Review.
Bloomberg Businessweek ranked the Rady School of Management’s MBA program as the top program in San Diego, ranking 6 in California and 73 nationally. This is the third year in a row the Rady MBA program has been selected as the top program in San Diego.
“The Bloomberg Businessweek ranking recognizes the quality of our Full-Time MBA program and the extraordinary accomplishments achieved by our students and alumni,” said Rady School Dean Robert S. Sullivan.
The Princeton Review included the Rady School of Management’s MBA program in the “Top 25 Graduate Schools for Entrepreneurship of 2018.” The Rady School was recognized for its commitment to entrepreneurial education in its MBA programs. With 150 student and alumni companies launched since 2006, in-school accelerator programs such as StartR and mystartupxx and the Lab to Market courses – which focus on turning ideas into market opportunities – the Rady School is dedicated to providing entrepreneurial experiences to every student’s MBA experience.
As the Rady School continues to expand and grow to fit the needs of current students, recognition from top tier publications and ranking among the top business schools charts the course for future success.