Harvard Business School Ranked as the No. 1 MBA Program for the third consecutive year

Harvard Business School Ranked as the No. 1 MBA Program for the third consecutive year in this year’s 2015 FT survey released on 26th Jan 2015.

This is the 6th time that FT has named HBS as the world’s best MBA program since it started publishing the best MBA programs ranking report.

PoetsandQuants came up with an amazing detailed analysis of the ranking that you can read here.

For a quick glance, below are the Top 50 B-Schools of 2015 according to FT Rankings

The 2015 Financial Times Global MBA Ranking

2015 Rank & School 2014 Rank Change Weighted Salary Pay Change
  1. Harvard Business School 1 ——- $179,910 96%
  2. London Business School 3 +1 $154,147 97%
  3. Penn (Wharton) 4 +1 $171,543 90%
  4. Stanford GSB 2 -2 $177,089 80%
  4. INSEAD 5 +1 $155,015 86%
  6. Columbia Business School 5 -1 $169,252 106%
  7. IESE Business School 7 ——- $144,992 121%
  8. MIT (Sloan) 8 ——- $158,926 97%
  9. Chicago (Booth) 9 ——- $161,289 97%
10. UC-Berkeley (Haas) 11 +1 $158,518 88%
11. Ceibs 17 +6 $149,504 147%
12. IE Business School 13 +1 $152,286 104%
13. Cambridge (Judge) 16 +3 $146,664 93%
14. Hong Kong UST 14 ——- $132,416 117%
14. Northwestern (Kellogg) 15 +1 $159,598 90%
16. HEC Paris 21 +5 $129,544 104%
17. Yale SOM 10 -7 $154,175 96%
18. New York (Stern) 17 -1 $146,701 90%
19. Esade Business School 22 +3 $133,138 117%
20. IMD 12 -8 $148,148 70%
21. Duke (Fuqua) 17 -4 $142,557 91%
22. Oxford (Said) 23 +1 $136,472 86%
23. Dartmouth (Tuck) 20 -3 $153,896 94%
24. Michigan (Ross) 23 -1 $144,159 97%
25. UCLA (Anderson) 26 +1 $142,380 92%
26. IIM-Ahmedabad 30 +4 $167,676 88%
26. SDA Bocconi 31 +5 $121,100 107%
28. Cornell (Johnson) 27 -1 $138,782 98%
28. University of Hong Kong 29 +1 $118,354 108%
30. CUHK NR ——- $112,204 125%
31. National University of Singapore 32 +1 $107,282 127%
32. Virginia (Darden) 27 -5 $141,247 100%
33. Indian School of Business 36 +3 $126,544 131%
34. Imperial Business School 49 +15 $108,553 88%
35. Manchester Business School 43 +8 $115,763 92%
36. Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) 34 -2 $133,252 100%
36. The Lisbon MBA 52 +16 $122,334 97%
38. Warwick Business School 25 +13 $118,411 61%
39. North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler) 33 -6 $125,937 93%
40. Nanyang Business School 38 -6 $110,642 107%
40. Texas-Austin (McCombs) 39 -1 $133,306 88%
42. Georgetown (McDonough) 36 -7 $128,684 96%
43. Rice University (Jones) 35 -8 $123,058 104%
43. UC-Irvine (Merage) 48 +5 $112,166 105%
45. Rotterdam (Erasmus) 39 -6 $103,626 78%
45. City University (Cass) 41 -4 $114,032 68%
45. Cranfield Business School 46 +1 $118,458 71%
48. Purdue (Krannert) 56 +8 $108,622 113%
49. Maryland (Smith) 50 +1 $108,143 93%
50. Lancaster 77 +27 $96,919 81%

Source: The Financial Times

 

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