Vanderbilt’s Owen Graduate School of Management placed No. 20 among U.S. programs in the Economist’s ranking of full-time MBA programs (No. 29 globally)—a jump from last year at 23 (and 34, respectively). The annual ranking is based on a student survey of four factors the Economist identifies as the primary reasons students pursue an MBA: to open new career opportunities, for personal development and educational experience, to increase salary and to build a professional network. If you prefer your stats in list form, Princeton Review named the Owen school to several of its 2015 Top 10 lists including No. 4—Best Professors, No. 9—Best Administered and No. 10—Best Green MBA.