Financial Times released its annual Global MBA Ranking this week, and with the pandemic causing some US schools – including Harvard, Stanford, and Wharton – to suspend participation, the list looks slightly different than it did in previous years.
The top 10 Global MBA programs in this report are:
2. London Business School
3. University of Chicago: Booth
4. IESE Business School
4. Yale School of Management
6. Northwestern University: Kellogg
8. HEC Paris
9. Duke University: Fuqua
10. Dartmouth College: Tuck
Data show that demand for MBAs has remained strong worldwide. Highlights of the report include:
* Student demand for the 2020/2021 academic year was up at 72% of the full-time MBA programs surveyed by the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC)
* Average share of international students decreased by 5%
* Some schools reported double-digit percentage increases in applications for 2020/2021
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