MBA Programs at the Business School among the Top 200 Universities around the World in International Trade

The MBA (Master of Business Administration) programs at the School of Business at the University of Jordan were ranked among the top 200 programs according to the QS international trade ranking 2023, the programs were classified at 176 in the world and the first and only among Arab universities.

The QS international trade university ranking targets master's programs that prepare its graduates to find career opportunities in relation to international trade. The classification was based on several criteria related to program content, innovative teaching practices, industry engagement, and how students are prepared for the labor market. In particular, the chosen universities' programs were evaluated based on key performance indicators related to program trade content, teaching approach, academic and employment reputation, faculty members' professional and industrial experience, and university partnerships with employers.

The ranking was launched in collaboration with the Hinrich Foundation, a philanthropic organization that promotes sustainable global trade through scientific research and education. The Foundation offers research and teaching materials to aid and enhance global trade education as well as scholarships to support the candidates.

The MBA program classification in the QS international trade rankings 2023 came in line with the school of Business's pursuit of continuous improvement and aligns with its purpose in developing the school's programs to enhance student's abilities and enable them to engage in the labor market.

In turn, Prof. Raed Masadeh Bani Yaseen, the Dean of the Business school, stated that “this achievement was obtained as a result of the school programs' quality, distinguished faculty members, and its outstanding graduates' skills. Essentially, the school's program recognition encourages the school and its members in continuing their pursuit of excellence and quality performance. Congratulations to the University of Jordan on this great accomplishment".

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