QS Online MBA Rankings 2022

Now in its 11th year, the QS Online MBA Rankings features over 70 business schools – the longest list so far.

As the world adjusts to new ways of living, working and studying alongside COVID-19, universities continue to develop innovative approaches to supporting the aspirations of MBA students.
Imperial College Business School is one such institution leading the change, launching new online modules in digital transformation, AI and machine learning to offer MBA students a contemporary skillset for a digital economy. Leila Guerra, Vice Dean of Education, says the school’s success reflects its pioneering work in creating an academic and educational digital environment “supported by the most innovative learning tools to allow students to connect, progress and define the personal, professional and societal impact they aim to achieve.”
Many of this year’s online MBA providers have adapted to blended or hybrid learning environments, to sustainably service the needs of students who aren’t able to study in ways considered commonplace pre-pandemic.
The Kelley Direct Program has invested millions in new, world-class, virtual classroom spaces. Will Geoghegan, chair of the program and Clinical Associate Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship, explains how the school’s new studios “allow Kelley faculty to create new course content and utilise advanced pedagogical techniques such as ‘flipped classroom learning’ – even in an online environment – making live session time even more valuable and dynamic.”