GW Business Shines in Latest Financial Times Global M.B.A. Rankings

School is recognized for overall performance, value and inclusivity efforts.

February 27, 2023

Duques Hall

The George Washington University School of Business (GW Business) garnered top-tier ratings in the latest Financial Times Global M.B.A. rankings

For a third straight year, GW Business was ranked No. 1 nationally for percentage of women enrolled in a full-time M.B.A. program and tied for No. 2 worldwide. GW Business also scored highly for its overall value, ranking No. 5 among private U.S. institutions and No. 16 overall among the 100 ranked schools. Overall, GW Business ranked No. 32 in the United States—and No. 58 globally, which is the highest GW has ever been ranked by Financial Times.

“We couldn’t be more glad to have advanced several places in the latest Financial Times Global M.B.A. ranking, and to not only be recognized for our academic excellence but also for the return on investment that our alumni gain from having earned an M.B.A. here at GW," said GW Business Dean Anuj Mehrotra.

This year’s global M.B.A. rankings included some changes to placing more emphasis on tracking how the education offered reflects diversity and sustainability—and ultimately fosters greater societal impact by business, according to the Financial Times website.

“I would like our entire GW Business community and prospective students to know that we are going to remain on our upward trajectory as one of the leading and most inclusive places to study business worldwide,” Mehrotra said.