Top Part-Time MBA Programs by GMAT Score Sending
Matt Hazenbush is the editor of mba.com.
Earning a Part-Time MBA as a working professional can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your career—not only from a career advancement standpoint, but from financial and personal perspectives as well. Key to having an optimal experience is choosing the right program.
But with so many options, where do you begin? Right here. To serve as a starting point for your program search, mba.com has compiled this list of the top Part-Time MBA programs from the last year to give you a sense of what the most popular Part-Time MBA programs are among GMAT™ exam test takers.
You may be wondering, is this another Part-Time MBA ranking? MBA rankings, like those produced annually by U.S. News and World Report, use a methodology to deem the “best” Part-Time MBA programs. This list is not that. It’s a list ordered simply by the number of unique individuals who sent a GMAT score report to a program in the last testing year (July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021). Where a program falls on the list is not a reflection or judgment of quality—it’s merely one data-based measure of its popularity with prospective Part-Time MBA students like you.
The reality is that there is no one best Part-Time MBA program—only the best Part-Time MBA program for you and your goals, preferences, and needs. Use this list as a starting point to your search for your best fit programs.
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Top Part-Time MBA Programs
By number of unique GMAT score senders, testing year 2021
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Matt Hazenbush is the editor of mba.com. He has more than six years of experience writing and speaking about graduate business school and careers. Prior to leading the mba.com team, Matt was the Research Communications Senior Manager for the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). In that role he was responsible for key GMAC Research reports, including the annual Application Trends Survey and Corporate Recruiters Survey reports, as well as research white papers and briefs. Matt earned a B.A. in History and Communication from Boston College, and an Ed.M. in Higher Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
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