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Top 40 B Schools in World (unbiased source)

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http://www.workpermit.com/uk/hsmp/mba_provision

This links displays list top 50 B Schools who are allowed to work in UK for 12 months under HSMP programme.
The list contains 10 UK schools and rest 40 global schools. Here you get a very good idea of how non UK schools are perceived by business in UK.

Harvard Business School (USA)
Columbia Business School (USA)
University of Pennsylvania: Wharton (USA)
IMD (SWI)
University of Chicago (USA)
Dartmouth College: Tuck (USA)
Stanford University (USA)
Insead (FR/Sing)
University of Oxford: Said (UK)
MIT: Sloan (USA)
Ashridge (UK)
Northwestern: Kellogg (USA)
London Business School (UK)
New York University: Stern (US)
University of Strathclyde (UK)
IESE Business School (SP)
Yale School of Management (USA)
Warwick Business School (UK)
City University: Cass (UK)
Rotterdam School of Management (Neth)
UC Berkeley: Haas (USA)
University of Cambridge: Judge (UK)
Georgetown University: McDonough (USA)
Instituto de Empresa (SP)
Cornell University: Johnson (USA)
University of Michigan (USA)
Duke University: Fuqua (USA)
University of Virginia: Darden (USA)
Carnegie Mellon University (USA)
SDA Bocconi (IT)
Emory University: Goizueta (USA)
UCLA: Anderson (USA)
Manchester Business School (UK)
Cranfield School of Management (UK)
University of Toronto: Rotman (CAN)
University College Dublin: Smurfit (IRE)
University of Southern California: Marshall (USA)
University of Rochester: Simon (USA)
Vanderbilt University: Owen (USA)
Rice University: Jones (USA)
University of North Carolina: Kenan-Flagler (USA)
Babson College: Olin (USA)
Melbourne Business School (AUS)
Ceibs (CHN)
Australian Graduate School of Management (AUS)
Universiteit Nyenrode (NTH)
University of Western Ontario: Ivey (CAN)
Boston University School of Management (USA)
University of Maryland: Smith (USA)
Bradford School of Management/Nimbas (UK/NTH/GER)
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why is this source less biased than others?
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I agree that its biased towards UK schools. However that's why mentioned Top 40 Schools as the heading and not Top 50 schools(excluding UK schools).
Though some of them like LBS/Ox-bridge would surely be in Top 50.

The rankings by News Agencies can be affected by donations/excellent treatment from colleges that wish to move up in rankings. This partly explains wild fluctuations in rankings on an yearly basis.

However in this case the UK embassy would not grant a favorable ranking to any school as they would want to attract the best talent to UK.
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I agree that its biased towards UK schools. However that's why mentioned Top 40 Schools as the heading and not Top 50 schools(excluding UK schools).
Though some of them like LBS/Ox-bridge would surely be in Top 50.

The rankings by News Agencies can be affected by donations/excellent treatment from colleges that wish to move up in rankings. This partly explains wild fluctuations in rankings on an yearly basis.

However in this case the UK embassy would not grant a favorable ranking to any school as they would want to attract the best talent to UK.


Although no ranking is perfect, I highly doubt that donations/excellent treatment by colleges affect the ranking of any of the colleges by publications such as US News, Business Week, Economist, etc. You can disagree with the methodology, inputs, and weighing of the inputs for each ranking but they are fairly transparent. The fluctuations are there, and yes, some are wild but most likely not for the reasons you are suggesting.

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