(BLOOMINGTON) - The Indiana University Kelley School of Business has gotten another ratings bump, this time by the Financial Times.
The Kelley School's executive education program has been ranked number 25 in the world, not just America, moving it up 6 spots from last year.
It gets better, though. Among public universities worldwide, the Financial Times ranks Kelley as the 4th best, and the very best among future use schools, those being schools companies will return to to hire more graduates.
The top 5 in that list includes Duke University, IMD in Switzerland, Kellogg Business School at Northwestern University, Harvard, and HEC Paris.
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