Top 10 Business Schools of the World & the Salary You can Earn
Posted on October 25, 2019
MBA after your name is indeed no small achievement. More so, when that MBA has been attained from one of the world’s most prestigious business schools.
As per the Financial Times’s Global MBA Ranking 2019, as many as 51 business schools in the Top 100 list are from the U.S. alone, followed by the U.K. with 11 business schools among the global Top 100.
The Financial Times’s Global MBA Ranking 2019: Top 100 Business Schools by Country
|Country||No. of Business Schools in Top 100
[based on school’s primary campus]
What are the Top 10 business schools in the world?
According to the Financial Time’s Global MBA Ranking 2019, the Top 10 business schools in the world are –
|Rank in 2019||School name||Country||Salary Today [in USD]|
|1||Stanford Graduate School of Business||U.S.||224,628|
|2||Harvard Business School||U.S.||204,350|
|3||Insead||France / Singapore||180,527|
|4||University of Pennsylvania: Wharton||U.S.||199,883|
|6||London Business School||U.K.||169,988|
|7||University of Chicago: Booth||U.S.||187,629|
|9||Columbia Business School||U.S.||185,148|
|10||University of California at Berkeley: Haas||U.S.||184,388|
As many as 7 U.S. business schools feature among the Top 10 business schools in the world.
Despite the restrictive policies of Trump government where it comes to granting visas and the noticeable increase in H-1B refusals discouraging students wishing to study and work later in the U.S., there is no denying the fact that the U.S. is indeed a leader in business education.
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