UC at San Diego (Rady) back to Global rankings

La Jolla, U.S.

#62 U.S.
#74 Global
650 GMAT

La Jolla, U.S.

Tuition $54,020

In-State $50,717

Note: GMAT score is median or average as provided by the school. Tuition is advertised figure and doesn’t include fees or other costs.

Climate

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For women

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People of all sexual orientations and gender identities

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% of hires in each industry (top 3)

18 graduates hired in total

Median starting salary compared with all other schools

What’s best about the MBA program
(From students and alumni)

From case studies in relevant fields to the student run venture fund to the lab to market capstone project, everything was geared towards my personal goals.

The quality of the people - faculty, staff, and student body

The quality of quantitative classes and network opportunities

Despite being in the environment of a Top 25 school, the Rady program was collaborative, with no silly hyper-competition among students that I've heard about at other schools.

Campus location and faculty

A strong focus on innovation and technology was a good focus for me and helped me add business related skills not taught in my undergraduate program.

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