According to the annual ranking of the British Financial Times, the French business school INSEAD has the best MBA program in the world. In 2021, London Business School took second place and Booth School of Business, University of Chicago took third place. Inside earned points for attracting more students, more women in school administration and teaching, and the school has been cited by alumni when asked where they would recruit talent.
The Financial Times notes that part of the data collection lowering the rankings has been disrupted due to the epidemic and some revised criteria, which has prompted business schools such as Harvard, Stanford and Wharton to suspend their participation. This year’s list is dominated by American schools. Half of the 100 that appear are located in the United States, including seven of the 14 previously listed. The schools that did well, according to the newspaper, were able to offer complete pandemics and uncertainty, flexibility in everything. How the course is delivered and delivered from requirements in the admission process.
According to the FT, MBA demand remained strong despite the epidemic, when data were collected between September and October last year. Several schools on this year’s list reported double-digit percentage increases in enrollment for the 2020/2021 school year. One of the effects, however, was a 5% decrease in foreign students’ participation in the MBA of the analyzed schools. The newspaper said the drop was not high, as schools were able to shift their operations to online education and continue to attract people who could not travel or visit campus.
Rankings are calculated from data including the salaries of students three years after graduation, the number of surveys in accredited journals, and the diversity of students and teachers. Check out ten schools with the best MBAs:
10 Best MBA in the world
|2 º||London Business School|
|3º||University of Chicago: Booth|
|4||Iese Business School|
|5 º||Yale School of Management|
|6º||Kellogg School of Management|
|7º||China Europe International Business School (CEIBS)|
|9||Fuqua School of Business (Duke University)|
|10||Tuck School of Business (Dartmouth College)|