Zicklin MBA Ranking Jumps in US News and More – New York

center_img Let’s explore some of the most interesting stories that have emerged from New York City business schools this week.U.S. News & World Report Names Baruch College Among Nation’s 2019 Best Graduate Schools – Zicklin NewsThe Baruch College Zicklin School of Business knocked it out of the park in the recently revealed U.S. News & World Report  “2019 Best Graduate Schools” list. The full-time MBA ranked 55th nationwide (moving up two spots from the previous year), 29th nationwide among public institutions, first among public institutions in both NYC and New York state, 3rd in NYC overall, and 5th in New York State overall.The business school’s part-time MBA also ranked 56th nationwide (a 22-spot jump from last year’s list), 34th nationwide among public institutions, first among public institutions in both NYC and New York state, 3rd in NYC overall, and 3rd in New York state overall. Willem Kooyker, Dean of the Zicklin School of Business Dr. H. Fenwick Huss, Ph.D., said in a release:“Graduates of the Zicklin School of Business lead major businesses around the globe. Our student success is based on an ever-evolving curriculum that today includes data science and analytics, machine learning and cybersecurity along with experiential learning opportunities for real-world problem solving and strategic planning.” Read more about Zicklin’s showing in the US News & World Report rankings here.Living Abroad Leads to a Clearer Sense of Self – Columbia Business School BlogSocial scientists from Columbia Business School, Rice, and UNC universities have recently published new research in the journal Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes that finds how “living abroad increases “self-concept clarity.”The findings came after the group surveyed roughly 2,000 “participants from online panels and United States and international MBA programs” that had, at one point, studied abroad.Entitled “The Shortest Path to Oneself Leads Around the World: Living Abroad Increases Self-Concept Clarity,” the study reveals that “living abroad triggers self-discerning reflections in which people grapple with the different cultural values and norms of their home and host cultures. These reflections are helpful in discovering which values and norms define who people are and which simply reflect their cultural upbringing.”You can check out the rest of the study here.Goldman Sachs Executive Recounts Journey to Success in Finance – Gabelli ConnectGoldman Sachs President and Co-Chief Operating Officer Harvey M. Schwartz used his recent Fordham Wall Street Council talk as an opportunity to discuss his unlikely journey from a post-high school gym employee to Wall Street innovator as he stands on the precipice of retirement.“Innovation is present in financial services. I think that if you have an interest in solving complex problems for clients or specific areas of markets, there is a unique way to participate. The takeaway should be that if you work hard, people will invest in you.”Glean more wisdom from Schwartz’s talk here. RelatedLooking At New York City’s Best MBA Return on Investment (Pt. I)As real estate in all five boroughs continues to rise, and/or get snapped up by oh-so-wonderful oligarchs, New York City’s pressure cooker reputation has taken a turn for the … banal. Don’t get me wrong; it’s definitely still a town where it’s survival of the fittest. In fact, it might…November 8, 2017In “Featured Home”The Differences Between a Full-Time MBA in New York City and TorontoNew York and Toronto are the largest cities in the United States and Canada, respectively. Both are major financial and cultural centers, and home to millions of hard-working students, employees, and businesses. Both metros are also home to a number of quality business schools, each with their own prestigious full-time…February 21, 2018In “Featured Home”RECAP: US News —10 MBA Programs With the Highest Signing BonusesIn this post, we’ll recap the 10 highest MBA signing bonus averages— a list of the U.S. business schools whose MBA graduates leave business school with both high-paying jobs and large signing bonuses.June 8, 2017In “Featured Home”last_img read more