Simon Ranked Among Best MBAs for Women

We are pleaWomen MBA1sed to share the following very exciting news: The Financial Times has ranked Simon Business School No. 13 in the United States and No. 21 in the world in a ranking of the top 50 MBAs for women. The Financial Times combined several data points including salary information, pay gap, and institution reported data. Simon ranks No. 1 in the US for women closing the pay gap versus their male counterparts with a 148% salary increase from pre-MBA to post-MBA careers.

Attracting students to Simon has always been a priority. Through the Forté Foundation and Simon Women in Business, we’ve developed crucial scholarships, symposiums, and networking groups that help women flourish in business.

These rankings are a positive reflection of Simon’s students, alumni, faculty, and staff. We seeIWDk to continue our momentum by recruiting top students to our programs and providing a premier graduate school experience. Our ultimate goal is the success of all our graduates, and this goal is at the heart of everything we do.

These rankings were released just ahead of International Women’s Day (March 8). Simon marked the occasion by encouraging students, faculty, and staff to wear purple and to attend a Forté Foundation webinar: “Is it Just Me? Recognizing and Overcoming Unconscious Bias at Work.” We had a great turnout and came together as a community to learn about how we can all continually strive toward an equitable work force.

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