Babson MBA Blended Learning Program Ranked #1 For Salary By Financial Times Three years after graduation, the average salary of Blended Learning MBA alumni is $146,636.
WELLESLEY, Mass., March 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Financial Times (FT) ranks Babson's Blended Learning MBA No. 1 worldwide for average salary in its Online MBA 2014 ranking released today. Three years after graduation, the average salary of Blended Learning MBA alumni is $146,636.
In addition, FT ranks Babson:
- #4 in the U.S.
- #7 worldwide
- #2 International Students (%)
- #6 worldwide Career Service Rank
- #6 Programme Delivery Rank
- #6 Online Interaction Rank
- #8 in International Mobility Rank
- #8 Career Progress Rank
The Babson MBA Blended Learning program (formerly known as the Fast Track MBA program) delivers the curriculum through a blend of Web-based learning, virtual collaboration, and face-to-face sessions. This approach allows students to make the most of their time, their learning, their network, and their investment. Blended Learning program cohorts—groups of students that form a tight-knit team throughout the program— begin in March and September. Given the structure of the program, students may participate in virtual sessions and online collaboration from all around the world, and easily attend face-to-face sessions from across the country. Face-to-face sessions are available at two campus locations, Wellesley and San Francisco.
"The Financial Times Online MBA rankings recognize the ability of Babson Blended Learning MBA alumni to succeed in an increasingly global business environment," said Michael Cummings, faculty director of the Babson Blended Learning MBA. "The students in this program are tremendous, and we are pleased with this ranking reflecting their success, especially when compared to other schools that also have a portion of online teaching, coursework, and exams."
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