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Oxford Said Business School


Overview (by Hjort)

Oxford Said Business School
Oxford offers a one-year MBA program through the Said Business School. Although the MBA program dates to only 1996, Oxford has offered Managerial Studies since 1965 (an MPhil was offered through Templeton College before the MBA was offered). About 175 students are admitted per annum into the FT MBA.

The mean GMAT score for the current class is 676, the middle 80% ranges from 630 to 720.

Average age: 29.

  • Rankings
    • EIU 2004 ranks Oxford Said #40 worldwide, this ahead of Cambridge and Manchester and just above Georgetown, Imperial College, and Bath. This is also #7 in the UK (it is outranked by Warwick, LBS, Henley, Edinburgh, Cranfield, and Birmingham). If hypothetically transferred to the US, it would be ranked c. #26. It is outranked by all of the US UE/E schools.
    • FT 2004 ranks Oxford Said #26 worldwide, ahead of Cambridge and Manchester and just ahead of Maryland and Carnegie Mellon. This is #2 in the UK after LBS. If hypothetically transferred to the US, it would be ranked c. #18. It outranks two of the elite schools (Michigan and UCLA).
    • FT 2005 ranks Oxford #1 worldwide in value for money.

Outrank Cambridge:

  • EIU 2004 - Yes
  • FT 2004 - Yes

Outrank LBS:

  • EIU 2004 - Yes
  • FT 2004 - No

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