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New post 30 Jan 2011, 18:40
http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolra ... kings-2011

LBS again tops joint with wharton, harvard and INSEAD and stanford behind it - Surprise packets are HKUST and IIM-A
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New post 30 Jan 2011, 19:36
I don't understand the logic in FT and Economist ranking.

Maryland over UVa?
Texas A&M over UT-Austin?

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New post 31 Jan 2011, 05:48
The fact that they use PPP to adjust salaries based on country throws the ranking waaaay out, which accounts for the high rankings of all the Asian schools.

Might as well filter out all the non-European schools and use that as a measure for "Best Schools for breaking into IB in Europe".

Rest is bunk IMHO.

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New post 02 Feb 2011, 00:20
3 Indian schools now list in top 100.

ISB IIMA and SPJAIN.

IIMA B C and XLRI are most prestigious B schools in India, but because of one reason or another they are not included in the list....eg reservation, fresher intake...etc.

I m glad to see NUS @ 23 and above NTU@33. Last year NUS was not even included.

McGill University: Desautels @ 57 :P wow!!
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New post 03 Feb 2011, 19:48
gurpreetsingh wrote:
3 Indian schools now list in top 100.

ISB IIMA and SPJAIN.

IIMA B C and XLRI are most prestigious B schools in India, but because of one reason or another they are not included in the list....eg reservation, fresher intake...etc.

I m glad to see NUS @ 23 and above NTU@33. Last year NUS was not even included.

McGill University: Desautels @ 57 :P wow!!


I was shocked to see this as well. I think it has to do with the placement stats for the most recent graduates being so high along with the bonus-adjusted average salaries. That can swing from year to year in a program as small as McGill's. Nevertheless, I'm putting some very serious thought into attending in this coming fall.

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New post 03 Feb 2011, 20:39
I think you guys are absolutely right. Look carefully at the "audit year" , both HKUST and IIM have been audited in 2011 - taking advantage of a rebound in recruitment.
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New post 06 Feb 2011, 21:53
SDA Bocconi moved from 38 to 28 in just one year.
I am pleased to see this because Bocconi is one of the schools I would like to be admitted.

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