2015 Financial Times Global MBA Ranking

The 2015 Financial Times Global MBA Ranking

2015 Rank & School2014 RankChangeWeighted SalaryPay Change
  1. Harvard Business School1——-$179,91096%
  2. London Business School3+1$154,14797%
  3. Penn (Wharton)4+1$171,54390%
  4. Stanford GSB2-2$177,08980%
  4. INSEAD5+1$155,01586%
  6. Columbia Business School5-1$169,252106%
  7. IESE Business School7——-$144,992121%
  8. MIT (Sloan)8——-$158,92697%
  9. Chicago (Booth)9——-$161,28997%
10. UC-Berkeley (Haas)11+1$158,51888%
11. Ceibs17+6$149,504147%
12. IE Business School13+1$152,286104%
13. Cambridge (Judge)16+3$146,66493%
14. Hong Kong UST14——-$132,416117%
14. Northwestern (Kellogg)15+1$159,59890%
16. HEC Paris21+5$129,544104%
17. Yale SOM10-7$154,17596%
18. New York (Stern)17-1$146,70190%
19. Esade Business School22+3$133,138117%
20. IMD12-8$148,14870%
21. Duke (Fuqua)17-4$142,55791%
22. Oxford (Said)23+1$136,47286%
23. Dartmouth (Tuck)20-3$153,89694%
24. Michigan (Ross)23-1$144,15997%
25. UCLA (Anderson)26+1$142,38092%

Source: The Financial Times

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