Financial Times 2017 MBA Rankings for Europe, the Americas, Asia

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Financial Times rankingsThis week, for the first time ever, the Financial Times has published rankings simultaneously for the Americas and Asia-Pacific alongside the European tables. In the FT’s  2017 ranking of European business schools, the top 10 schools have remained the same this year with just  bit of shuffling of positions.

Here’s a snapshot of the top-ranked schools in the various regions.

Top Ten European Business Schools

  1. London Business School
  2. HEC Paris
  3. IE Business School
  4. University of St Gallen
  5. INSEAD
  6. SDA Bocconi
  7. IESE Business School
  8. ESADE Business School
  9. Rotterdam School of Management
  10. IMD

Top Ten Business Schools: Americas

  1. Wharton School
  2. Columbia Business School
  3. MIT Sloan School of Management
  4. Chicago Booth School of Business
  5. Michigan Ross School of Business
  6. Duke Fuqua School of Business
  7. Harvard Business School
  8. UCLA Anderson School of Management
  9. Kellogg School of Management
  10. Stanford Graduate School of Business

Top Ten Business Schools: Asia-Pacific

  1. Antai College of Economics and Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
  2. CEIBS
  3. National University of Singapore Business School
  4. IIM Ahmedabad
  5. HKUST Business School
  6. IIM Bangalore
  7. Nanyang Business School
  8. Tongi University SEM
  9. CUHK Business School
  10. University of Hong Kong

This FT composite ranking measures the quality and range of postgraduate programs. The table of 95 schools is based on their performances in the 2017 rankings for MBAs, Executive MBAs, Masters in Management and the two tables for executive education. For more detailed information, please visit the Financial Times by following the links above.

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