Babson MBA Blended Learning Program Ranked No. 1 in U.S. for Salary by Financial Times

Average Salary of Blended Learning MBA Alumni is $146,177

Financial Times Ranks Babson No. 1 in the United States and No. 2 worldwide for average alumni salary

​ The Financial Times (FT) ranks Babson’s MBA Blended Learning program No. 1 in the United States and No. 2 worldwide for average alumni salary in its Online MBA 2015 ranking released today. The average salary of Babson MBA Blended Learning alumni is $146,177. In addition, FT ranks Babson:

  • No. 4 in the United States
  • No. 7 worldwide
  • No. 10 in value for money
  • No. 10 in career service
  • No. 8 in program delivery
  • No. 6 in online interaction
  • No. 5 in international mobility
  • No. 11 in career progress
  • No. 11 in aims achieved

For full rankings, visit www.ft.com.

The Babson MBA Blended Learning program​ combines online classes, face-to-face sessions at Babson’s San Francisco, CA, and Wellesley, MA, campuses, and virtual collaboration so students can make the most of their time, learning, network, and investment.

This unique approach to a part-time MBA allows students to balance their professional and personal lives while earning a degree in 21 months.

Blended Learning program cohorts—groups of students who form a tight-knit team throughout the program—begin in March and September. Face-to-face sessions occur approximately every seven weeks, on a Friday and Saturday. Online learning averages 20 hours per week, and includes readings, case preparation, contributing to asynchronous and real-time discussions, and actively participating in team-based exercises and projects. The Web-based elements are delivered via state-of-the-art distance-learning tools.

“The Financial Times 2015 Online MBA ranking highlights the success of Babson MBA Blended Learning alumni in the competitive and demanding global business environment,” said Michael Cummings, faculty director of the Babson MBA Blended Learning program.

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By Michael Chmura, mchmura@babson.edu, 781-239-4549 | 3/9/2015 9:00 AM