FT MBA Ranking 2018

As per the Financial Times, the global MBA ranking 2018 is as follows. Check it below.


FT Global MBA Rankings 2018

The Stanford Graduate School of Business is back at the top of the FT Global MBA ranking. It has been observed that the two-year programmes occupy nine out of the first 10 places. The University of Pennsylvania: Wharton maintains it position at third, while London Business School’s two-year programme, is at the fourth place. The London Business School is the top British MBA.

Meanwhile, Cambridge Judge Business School’s one-year MBA slips eight places to 13th. One of the biggest shock is that the Harvard Business School drops to fifth, its lowest rank since 2008.

Rank in 2018 3 yr. rank School name Country Weighted salary($) Salary increase(%)
1 3 Stanford Graduate School of Business US 214,742 114
2 1 Insead France / Singapore 177,157 105
3 3 University of Pennsylvania: Wharton US 190,826 96
4 4 London Business School UK 167,897 109
5 4 Harvard Business School US 192,133 102
6 8 University of Chicago: Booth US 174,153 118
7 7 Columbia Business School US 177,680 103
8 12 Ceibs China 162,858 168
9 10 MIT: Sloan US 173,095 98
10 10 University of California at Berkeley: Haas US 176,167 104
11 12 Iese Business School Spain 148,480 126
12 12 Northwestern University: Kellogg US 168,608 103
13 9 University of Cambridge: Judge UK 162,143 100
14 14 HKUST Business School China 158,119 112
15 16 Yale School of Management US 166,458 114
16 19 Dartmouth College: Tuck US 170,706 110
17 25 Cornell University: Johnson US 161,029 123
18 25 National University of Singapore Business School Singapore 143,917 134
19 21 Duke University: Fuqua US 156,876 101
20 20 Esade Business School Spain 143,542 119
21 19 HEC Paris France 135,858 105
22 25 Nanyang Business School Singapore 132,288 125
23 20 New York University: Stern US 153,182 107
24 19 IMD Switzerland 156,908 79
25 30 UCLA: Anderson US 160,487 107
26 23 University of Michigan: Ross US 153,938 114
27 29 University of Oxford: Saïd UK 145,537 99
28 28 Indian School of Business India 148,974 164
29 25 SDA Bocconi Italy 120,151 117
30 38 Georgetown University: McDonough US 141,008 113
31 28 Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad India 175,801 101
32 31 University of Virginia: Darden US 151,257 110
33 39 University of Hong Kong China 128,245 121
34 36 Shanghai Jiao Tong University: Antai China 121,635 182
35 49 Indian Institute of Management Bangalore India 166,651 114
36 35 Alliance Manchester Business School UK 125,243 98
37 37 Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Netherlands 121,538 88
37 40 University of North Carolina: Kenan-Flagler US 139,456 116
39 Renmin University of China School of Business China 100,003 173
40 37 Carnegie Mellon: Tepper US 143,151 108
41 44 Warwick Business School UK 110,264 77
42 Fudan University School of Management China 103,032 175
43 35 CUHK Business School China 122,866 108
44 46 University of Texas at Austin: McCombs US 148,978 98
45 54 Rice University: Jones US 139,189 118
46 40 City University: Cass UK 121,964 80
47 51 Emory University: Goizueta US 142,989 114
48 46 University of Washington: Foster US 132,391 94
49 Singapore Management University: Lee Kong Chian Singapore 112,173 134
50 66 Washington University: Olin US 122,709 107
51 Arizona State University: Carey US 114,470 129
51 44 Imperial College Business School UK 118,324 68
51 58 Sungkyunkwan University GSB S Korea 113,701 93
54 62 Georgia Institute of Technology: Scheller US 131,544 140
55 Purdue University: Krannert US 122,704 119
55 53 University of Maryland: Smith US 120,908 99
57 53 Indiana University: Kelley US 127,942 114
58 University of Florida: Hough US 105,743 147
59 53 University of Southern California: Marshall US 137,960 95
60 60 University of St Gallen Switzerland 115,879 64
61 55 Mannheim Business School Germany 118,260 68
61 57 Cranfield School of Management UK 121,580 72
63 61 AGSM at UNSW Business School Australia 115,909 59
64 61 University of California at Irvine: Merage US 120,245 114
64 68 Durham University Business School UK 104,306 118
66 76 Melbourne Business School Australia 108,084 78
67 72 Boston College: Carroll US 130,706 101
68 69 Ohio State University: Fisher US 117,631 130
68 71 Brigham Young University: Marriott US 130,904 131
70 49 Lancaster University Management School UK 104,106 95
71 68 Wisconsin School of Business US 125,289 107
72 65 Michigan State University: Broad US 109,486 135
73 74 Vanderbilt University: Owen US 127,483 109
73 87 University of Edinburgh Business School UK 113,420 79
75 78 Edhec Business School France 107,505 79
75 84 Pennsylvania State University: Smeal US 119,673 119
77 71 University of Notre Dame: Mendoza US 125,853 117
78 Indian Institute of Management Calcutta India 139,244 117
78 McGill University: Desautels Canada 99,204 86
80 63 The Lisbon MBA Portugal 113,470 75
81 86 Babson College: Olin US 131,611 99
82 88 University of Pittsburgh: Katz US 105,732 133
83 82 University of Rochester: Simon US 119,410 125
84 University of Connecticut School of Business US 116,530 118
85 81 University of Minnesota: Carlson US 117,480 91
86 70 University of Toronto: Rotman Canada 97,210 77
86 80 Boston University: Questrom US 123,221 103
88 74 ESMT Berlin Germany 106,581 57
89 Rutgers Business School US 118,144 112
90 91 Western University: Ivey Canada 103,975 74
91 SMU: Cox US 122,109 104
92 Leeds University Business School UK 100,049 92
93 University of Texas at Dallas: Jindal US 97,708 108
94 WHU Beisheim Germany 112,794 54
94 81 University College Dublin: Smurfit Ireland 102,643 63
96 Essec Business School France 102,201 48
97 University of San Diego School of Business Administration US 103,952 109
98 80 University of Strathclyde Business School UK 91,814 86
99 EMLyon Business School France 92,517 59
100 Copenhagen Business School Denmark 91,807 44
100 University of Bath School of Management UK 93,461 66

Top College as per FT Ranking: Stanford

After six years, the Stanford Graduate School of Business is back at number one. As per the FT, its alumni from the class of 2014 have received the highest average salary three years after graduation, at $215,000. This is up 114 percent on their pre-MBA salaries. The school is ranked 04th for career progress. There has been a 114 percent increase in the Salary percentage.

Top Asian School for MBA: Ceibs

The China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) is a relatively new institution, co-founded by the Chinese government and the EU in 1994. It has been up to three places to eighth. The Institute has been in the FT Global MBA Ranking since 2002. However, it has progressed from 92 position to 08th place. A record 15 Asian schools are ranked in 2018.

Top for Diverse MBA: IMD

The International Institute for Management Development (IMD) is situated in Lausanne, Switzerland. IMD as it is bettwen known as is an independent institute specialised in executive education. The Institute has been ranked number 1 for open-enrolment training since 2012. IMD is best known for internationally diverse MBAs, with 96 per cent of faculty and 99 per cent of students from overseas.

Top Riser: Jones

The Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University in Texas is this year’s highest riser. This B-school has moved up 19 places to 45. Its alumni from the class of 2013 have an average salary of $139,000. The salary rise from pre-MBA levels also increased by 21 percentage points to 118 per cent.

Top new entry: Lee Kong Chian

Lee Kong Chian School of Business (LKC) at Singapore Management University is one of the new entrant in Global MBA Ranking. The University has entered the list at ranking at 49, the highest of four newly ranked MBAs. The other new entrants are all from Europe. LKC is the third school from Singapore to feature in this list. This comes 18 and 12 years respectively after the National University of Singapore Business School and Nanyang Business School but LKC is gaining fast.

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