B-School Ranking

  • Bloomberg Businessweek conducted its 2018 survey of 10,473 MBA students, 15,050 alumni, and 3,698 recruiters about their business school experiences and their goals. These U.S. rankings are based on their responses, as well as compensation and job-placement data from each school.

  • In addition to the Global MBA ranking category, QS has released rankings for Masters in Management, Masters in Finance, Masters in Business Analytics, and an inaugural Masters in Marketing. Core indicators of the ranking are employability, entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes, return on investment (ROI), thought leadership and class and faculty diversity.

  • This is The Economist's third ranking of executive MBA (EMBA) programmes. Programmes are ranked on two broad measures: personal development or educational experience and career development. Both categories are equally weighted. Within each category are several subcategories. Yale School of Management tops the ranking in 2018, up from tenth in 2015.

  • The first spot goes to the Harvard Business School, followed by the London Business School and the Wharton, University of Pennsylvania.

  • Bloomberg Businessweek has released the list of 2017 best business schools in the United States. Harvard Business School took the first place for the third straight year. The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and the MIT Sloan School of Management are at the second and third position.

  • The top position has been obtained by the University of Chicago - Booth School of Business. The other top two ranks Kellog School of Management and Darden School of Business.

  • The Financial Times (FT) ranks the top B-schools from all over the world on a yearly basis. The top position has been obtained by INSEAD for the second consecutive year. The other top two ranks among the 100 are Stanford Graduate School of Business and the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton.

  • Forbes has released 10th biennial ranking of MBA programs. These rankings are divided into three categories: U.S. programs, one-year non-U.S. programs, and two-year non-U.S. programs. Forbes ranking of 2017 is based on the median returns on investment achieved by the graduates from the class of 2012.

  • Forbes published its 2015 rankings for MBA programs in September 2015. Stanford GSB and Harvard Business School are in the first and second positions respectively. The ranking is based on the return on investment achieved by the graduates from the class of 2010.