Weatherhead ranked third in the world for quality of graduate education

Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management was recently ranked third in the world for having the best quality of education for graduate students.

The rankings were released by, an online graduate school guide, which surveyed approximately 10,000 current business students and alumni. With an education quality index of 9.75, the Weatherhead School inched out top business schools such as Harvard University and the University of Chicago.

Weatherhead Dean Robert Widing commented on the ranking.

“Weatherhead’s high ranking is a tribute to the quality of our faculty and program leadership, as well as the students themselves, who learn much from one another,” said Widing. “The focus of this ranking is solely on educational quality, as opposed to a composite of a number of other indices, which may help explain the outcome.”

Wake Forest University and the University of Notre Dame took spots one and two. INSEAD The Business School of the World in Fontainebleau, France was the only international school to make the list.