Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2014

Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2014

Harvard Business School fended off competitors and kept the crown it regained last year. This is the fifth time Harvard has topped the rankings since they began in 1999. Stanford Graduate School of Business remained second, while London Business School leapfrogged the Wharton school at the University of Pennsylvania, pushing the latter into fourth place. Columbia Business School and Instead are joint fifth.

Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2014 is based on two surveys of the business schools and their alumni who graduated in 2010. MBA programmes are assessed according to the career progression of their alumni, the school’s idea generation and the diversity of students and faculty.

Below, we share with you the top 30 Global MBA programmes ranked this year by the Financial Times:

Rank in 2014 School name Country Weighted Salary ($) Salary Increase (%)
1 Harvard Business School US 178300 113
2 Stanford Graduate School of Business US 184566 100
3 London Business School UK 156553 107
4 University of Pennsylvania: Wharton US 170472 99
5 Columbia Business School US 164181 116
6 Insead France / Singapore 148183 87
7 Iese Business School Spain 143168 125
8 MIT: Sloan US 157262 101
9 University of Chicago: Booth US 156004 100
10 Yale School of Management US 150880 114
11 University of California at Berkeley: Haas US 149487 91
12 IMD Switzerland 142446 72
13 IE Business School Spain 146933 112
14 Hong Kong UST Business School China 125060 139
15 Northwestern University: Kellogg US 157719 94
16 University of Cambridge: Judge UK 144350 92
17 Duke University: Fuqua US 141772 100
18 New York University: Stern US 140662 97
19 Ceibs China 127117 156
20 Dartmouth College: Tuck US 150754 101
21 HEC Paris France 120016 104
22 Esade Business School Spain 120718 120
23 University of Oxford: Saïd UK 133315 91
24 University of Michigan: Ross US 136828 107
25 Warwick Business School UK 119121 87
26 UCLA: Anderson US 140712 97
27 Cornell University: Johnson US 136707 103
28 University of Virginia: Darden US 142131 104
29 University of Hong Kong China 113038 109
30 Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad India 157459 86

*Weighted Salary ($): The average alumnus salary three years after graduation. 

*Salary Increase (%): The average difference in alumnus salary before the MBA to now (2914). Half of this figure is calculated according to the absolute salary increase, and half according to the percentage increase relative to the pre-MBA Salary.

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Source: http://www.ft.com/

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