For the fourth year, Mays Business School at Texas A&M University has been recognized by Mexico’s leading business magazine ExpansiÃ³n in its “Best MBAs for Mexicans” category. The ranking of 43rd globally is an increase from the program’s 45th rank in 2010. Mays also ranked 24th out of programs in the United States and 7th among programs at U.S. public universities.
Kelli Kilpatrick, director of Mays Business School’s Full- Time MBA program, says the ranking reflects the program’s impact on a global level.
Complete results from the 2011 ExpansiÃ³n magazine “Best MBAs for Mexicans” ranking are available at cnnexpansion.com/rankings.
About Mays Business School
Mays Business School is consistently ranked as one of the top public business schools in the country — with undergraduate, full-time and executive MBA, and PhD programs all ranked in the top 20 out of US public schools. Currently enrolling more than 4,000 undergraduate students and 875 graduate students, Mays’ mission is to create knowledge and develop future ethical business leaders for a global society.