Financial Times (FT) has released its highly sought-after list of “Global MBA Ranking” for the year 2013. The FT is a British English-language international daily newspaper having special focus on business and economic news in the United Kingdom and around the world.
List at a glance
While the Harvard Business School tops the list, the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the University of Pennsylvania: Wharton are fell at second and third positions, respectively.
The list has been prepared based on the analysis of participating B-schools on factors like their weighted salary in USD, and their salary increase in terms of Percentage.
Here is the list of Top 10 Business Schools of the World according to Financial Times’ Global MBA Ranking 2013:
Financial Times “Global MBA Ranking 2013”
|Rank in 2013||3 Year Average Rank||School name||Country||Weighted Salary (US $)||Salary Increase (%)|
||Harvard Business School||US||187,223||121|
||Stanford Graduate School of Business||US||194,645||115|
||University of Pennsylvania: Wharton||US||180,772||121|
||London Business School Featured business school||UK||160,988||124|
||Columbia Business School||US||174,347||123|
||Iese Business School||Spain||146,049||141|
||Hong Kong UST Business School||China||132,685||153|
||University of Chicago: Booth||US||162,363||108|