2015 Financial Times Global MBA Ranking

The 2015 Financial Times Global MBA Ranking

2015 Rank & School2014 RankChangeWeighted SalaryPay Change
26. IIM-Ahmedabad30+4$167,67688%
26. SDA Bocconi31+5$121,100107%
28. Cornell (Johnson)27-1$138,78298%
28. University of Hong Kong29+1$118,354108%
30. CUHKNR——-$112,204125%
31. National University of Singapore32+1$107,282127%
32. Virginia (Darden)27-5$141,247100%
33. Indian School of Business36+3$126,544131%
34. Imperial Business School49+15$108,55388%
35. Manchester Business School43+8$115,76392%
36. Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)34-2$133,252100%
36. The Lisbon MBA52+16$122,33497%
38. Warwick Business School25+13$118,41161%
39. North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler)33-6$125,93793%
40. Nanyang Business School38-6$110,642107%
40. Texas-Austin (McCombs)39-1$133,30688%
42. Georgetown (McDonough)36-7$128,68496%
43. Rice University (Jones)35-8$123,058104%
43. UC-Irvine (Merage)48+5$112,166105%
45. Rotterdam (Erasmus)39-6$103,62678%
45. City University (Cass)41-4$114,03268%
45. Cranfield Business School46+1$118,45871%
48. Purdue (Krannert)56+8$108,622113%
49. Maryland (Smith)50+1$108,14393%
50. Lancaster77+27$96,91981%

Source: The Financial Times

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