The Maryland business school has been the top ranked business school in America for a decade and is becoming a top business school nationwide.
According to a new report released by the Center for Business and Economic Research, the school ranked third among all American business schools in 2015.
The study also found that Maryland ranked fifth among the 50 states in the number of business jobs, and Maryland ranked sixth in the percentage of business graduates.
“Maryland is becoming an even more valuable place to do business,” said John Loeffler, director of the Center’s Business School.
“With an increasing number of job openings and a rising number of employers seeking to hire graduates of our business schools, our school is proving to be a great place to start a new business.”
Maryland has been recognized as a top talent destination by Fortune Magazine and has been ranked as one of the most creative and entrepreneurial states in America by Entrepreneur Magazine.
The report ranked the top 10 business schools based on six indicators: student satisfaction, student retention, student financial aid, faculty diversity, alumni engagement, and alumni compensation.
According the report, the top-ranked business school, Georgetown University, ranked as the second best business school for students in the U.S. and third best for graduates.
The report also found Maryland ranked second among the top 50 states for alumni financial aid and third for alumni compensation and was second for the percentage and alumni engagement.
Maryland ranked fifth in the state for the number and number of students who graduated with degrees in their top 20 schools.
The University of Maryland ranked in the top five for the most students who have a bachelor’s degree in business.
The highest ranked business schools are the University of California-Berkeley, which is No. 1, followed by the University.
The Washington, D.C.-based University of Pennsylvania is No: 6.
The number of MBA graduates at the top 30 schools are up from 36 in 2014.