MBA programs ranking in 2018

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The Economist has ranked the best MBA programs. The programs are ranked based on the following criteria:

  • Personal development and educational expertise
  • Career development

Below you will find the list of the first ranked universities according to The Economist.

Yale School of Management in the US

Based on the personal development and educational expertise criteria, it was ranked as follows:

  • 6th ranked based on the quality of students;
  • 39th ranked based on student diversity;
  • 1st ranked based on the quality of faculty;
  • 8th ranked based on the quality of the program.

Based on the career development criteria, it was ranked as follows:

  • 6th ranked based on career progression;
  • 3rd ranked based on salary;
  • 11th ranked based on networking.

UCLA/NUS Business School in US and Singapore

Based on the personal development and educational expertise criteria, it was ranked as follows:

  • 5th ranked based on the quality of students;
  • 34th ranked based on student diversity;
  • 16th ranked based on the quality of faculty;
  • 1st ranked based on the quality of the program.

Based on the career development criteria, it was ranked as follows:

  • 7th ranked based on career progression;
  • 7th ranked based on salary;
  • 14th ranked based on networking.

Northwestern (Kellogg)/WHU Beisheim) in the US and Germany

Based on the personal development and educational expertise criteria, it was ranked as follows:

  • 36th ranked based on the quality of students;
  • 38th ranked based on student diversity;
  • 5th ranked based on the quality of faculty;
  • 9th ranked based on the quality of the program.

Based on the career development criteria, it was ranked as follows:

  • 4th ranked based on career progression;
  • 4th ranked based on salary;
  • 6th ranked based on networking.

The University of California at Berkeley – Haas School of Business in the US

Based on the personal development and educational expertise criteria, it was ranked as follows:

  • 13th ranked based on the quality of students;
  • 5th ranked based on student diversity;
  • 26th ranked based on the quality of faculty;
  • 21st ranked based on the quality of the program.

Based on the career development criteria, it was ranked as follows:

  • 3rd ranked based on career progression;
  • 12th ranked based on salary;
  • 1st ranked based on networking.

IMD – International Institute for Management Development in Switzerland

Based on the personal development and educational expertise criteria, it was ranked as follows:

  • 23rd ranked based on the quality of students;
  • 26th ranked based on student diversity;
  • 35th ranked based on the quality of faculty;
  • 15th ranked based on the quality of the program.

Based on the career development criteria, it was ranked as follows:

  • 29th ranked based on career progression;
  • 1st ranked based on salary;
  • 12th ranked based on networking.

References:

https://www.economist.com/whichmba/executive-mba-ranking/2018

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