Financial Times has released its 2019 Global MBA Rankings
The prestigious FT Global MBA ranking 2019 features the elite in the business school market as well as upcoming schools that have also shown excellent performances within the last year. This ranking showcases the best 100 full-time MBA programs in the world.
We recognize that securing a position on the financial times’ global ranking is no small feat as it reflects the performance and welfare of the schools’ alumni three years after completing their MBAs. The schools that end up on the FT global ranking had one of the best 100 performances worldwide, making them the top 100 MBA programs in the world.
The performance is calculated based on 20 different criterion of which: average income, salary increase, value for money, career progress, aims achieved, careers service, employment rate within 3 months of graduation, alumni recommendation, as well as gender consideration (women on advisory boards and female faculties) and international students, faculty, board, experience and mobility.
Other criterion considered are the languages required on graduation, the doctorates available, the research article published and the corporate social responsibility.
We celebrate as many of our clients secured a position on the list, and we would like to express our congratulations to those that had a big rise, schools like WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management, University of Notre Dame: Mendoza, University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School, University of Southern California: Marshall, University of Virginia: Darden, University of Texas at Austin: McCombs, Melbourne Business School.
A big congratulations to our clients CEIBS (China Europe International Business School) as they rise three places to the fifth position from the eighth. CEIBS is now the highest placed Chinese school ever on the FT global ranking.
We would also like to congratulate Stanford Graduate School of Business for retaining their top spot from last year. Stanford Graduate School of Business achieved the top ranking for the third time in the history of the FT rankings.
We can’t forget to praise Harvard Business School on their recovery after the unfortunate drop to the fifth position last year, as they have risen to the second position in the FT Global MBA rankings 2019.
To all our other clients that featured in this year’s ranking, we say “CONGRATULATIONS” we celebrate this great achievement with you and hope to continue to do so for years to come. We are proud to have over 70 of the top 100 MBA schools as our clients, we look forward to many more years of great achievements.