Mays Business School’s MBA program at Texas A&M University has again been ranked among the top 100 global MBA programs by the London Financial Times, coming in at No. 22 among U.S. public universities.

Financial Times considers key components in rankings, including “value for money,” in which the Mays MBA program was ranked No. 1 among U.S. public institutions and No. 3 in the United States.

In another ranking determinant important to those seeking a valuable place to earn an MBA, Mays was ranked second in the country and fifth in the world based on the percentage of the graduating class of 2004 who had jobs three months after graduation.

Since 2001, Mays’ program has consistently rated high on the Financial Times rankings of the 2,600 MBA programs worldwide, indicating that Mays is among the top 5 percent of programs in the world.

“The program is clearly gaining a reputation for taking business education to a more advanced level,” said MBA program director Carroll Scherer. “We’re preparing students to create and sustain value in today’s business environment.”

In the January 2005 Financial Times rankings, the Mays MBA program was also ranked No. 88 overall in the world and No. 54 among all U.S. programs.