Anyone enrolled in an executive MBA program — which allows students to earn an MBA while still working full time — is bound to be busy.
But that doesn’t mean social life isn’t an important factor when choosing a school. In any graduate program where students are under tremendous academic and financial pressure, it’s important to have a healthy social life, says Harvey Berkey, chief operating officer of Graduateprograms.com. This only becomes more important when you add a full-time job.
To find the best executive MBA programs for social life, Graduateprograms.com, a website where students can review graduate programs, sorted through reviews from more than 70,000 former and currently enrolled grad students.
On the site, students rank their schools on a 10-point scale across several categories, including academic competitiveness, career support, student diversity, affordability of living, campus safety, value of network, and social life.
The executive MBA programs with the highest ratings in the “social life” category were then pulled and ranked. Here are the top 25:
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