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Rankings

Freeman can be found in virtually every major listing of top business schools. Ranked sixth in finance by the Financial Times... Ranked in the Top 50 MBA programs by U.S. News & World Report and Forbes... Among the Top 50 for undergraduate programs by U.S. News & World Report... Freeman faculty ranked 14th for research by the Financial Times. Regardless of who is compiling the rankings, or what their criteria are, Freeman is among the best.

U.S. News & World Report:

  • Ranked 45th in the listing of top MBA programs (2006)
  • Ranked 41st for undergraduate business programs (2005)
  • Ranked 27th in percentage of 2004 graduates employed within three months (2006)
  • Ranked 33rd for 2004 average GMAT score (2006)
  • Ranked 38th in percentage of 2004 graduates employed at graduation (2006)

Business Week

  • Listed among the Top 70 full-time MBA programs (2004)

Forbes:

  • Ranked 33rd among all MBA programs (2003)
  • Ranked 34th in the U.S. and 41st worldwide in salary gain for graduates over five years after earning their MBA (2003)
  • Ranked 32nd in the U.S. for average salary of class of ’98 graduates (2003)

Financial Times

  • Rated the Finance program 6th in the world after an alumni study (2004)
  • Ranked 73rd in the world and 46th nationally for MBA programs (2004)
  • Ranked 43rd in the U.S. and 86th in the world in overall value (2004)
  • Ranked 26th in the U.S. in percentage of graduates employed within three months of graduation (2004)
  • Ranked the Freeman faculty’s research 14th nationally (2004)
  • Ranked 32nd in International Mobility for the MBA program (2004)
  • Ranked 75th for EMBA programs (2004)

Entrepreneur Magazine

  • Ranked in the fourth tier of regional entrepreneurial programs (2005)

Princeton Review (grades given on a scale of 60-99, with 99 being the highest):

  • Given a score of 77 for Career Placement Opportunities (2004)
  • Scored 80 in Academic Experience (2004)
  • Scored 82 in Admissions Selectivity (2004)

América Economía

  • Ranked 31st for global MBA programs for Latin Americans (2004)
  • Ranked 8th among Latin American programs for EMBA programs (2004)

Capital Magazine (Chile)

  • Ranked Tulane’s EMBA program with the Universidad de Chile as the second-best in that country (2004)
 

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