CEO Magazine Ranks MaineMBA #26 Globally
In its 2020 global rankings released Monday, CEO Magazine named the University of Maine Graduate School of Business a Tier I program, and its MaineMBA ranked #26 in online degrees.
The MaineMBA’s 2020 ranking improves upon its #28 ranking globally in 2019.
“We are particularly proud of these rankings, comparing us to the best business schools in the world,” says J. Michael Weber, Dean of the University of Maine Graduate School of Business. “This is a wonderful confirmation that we are delivering on our promise to provide Maine-centric and globally relevant academic programs.”
Based in the United Kingdom, CEO Magazine provides tools, tips, and rankings for business-minded readers around the globe.
“Rankings like this one from CEO Magazine help to guide potential students as they decide the right fit for graduate education among many options,” says Jamie Ballinger, Assistant Dean for Graduate Programs at the MBS. “We are excited that our online MBA continues to be recognized as a global leader by CEO Magazine. This is an affirmation of the high-quality MBA we deliver. This ranking highlights the strength and talents of our faculty and the flexibility of our curriculum.”
About the MaineMBA
The University of Maine Graduate School of Business offers the MaineMBA and concentrations in accounting, business analytics, sustainability, finance, human nutrition, and healthcare systems. With campuses in Portland and Orono the MaineMBA can be earned in person or and 100% online. The University of Maine Graduate School of Business connects flagship resources to learners wherever they are.