IU Kelley Direct Online MBA Program ranked fifth best in the world by the Financial Times
The Kelley Direct Online MBA Program at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business has been ranked fifth worldwide by the leading U.K.-based business publication, the Financial Times.
This is the third top-five ranking in the past two months for Kelley Direct, which shares the same faculty who teach in the Kelley School's acclaimed in-residence programs. Kelley was third among all U.S. schools in the new Financial Times ranking.
In mid-January, U.S. News and World Report ranked Kelley Direct No. 1 overall among more than 200 offerings nationwide. QS Top MBA, which also produces the World University Rankings, ranked Kelley No. 3 in the world and No. 1 in the United States.
Kelley Direct also scored well in several sub-categories in the Financial Times rankings, including No. 1 for research rank, No. 2 in program delivery, No. 3 in online interaction rank and No. 5 for career services.
This was the first time the Financial Times has ranked online MBA programs.