Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2018

Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2018

Insead Slip & Stanford Graduate School of Business on Top in 2018

Two-year MBAs are holding their own. Stanford Graduate School of Business is back at the top of the FT Global MBA ranking and two-year programmes occupy nine out of the first 10 places. Insead’s one-year MBA, top for the past two years, falls to second place.

University of Pennsylvania: Wharton remains third, while London Business School’s two-year programme, up to fourth place after a rare drop outside the top five, is the top British MBA. Meanwhile, Cambridge Judge Business School’s one-year MBA slips eight places to 13th. Harvard Business School drops to fifth, its lowest rank since 2008.

Overall, a majority of two-year programmes rise or maintain position in this year ranking (31 up and 21 down) while their one-year rivals lose places (14 up and 21 down). Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University in Houston makes the biggest jump, up 19 places to 45.

While there are some variations, the overall number of enrolled students at FT-ranked schools in the US in 2017 has remained stable at about 12,…

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