European school ranking 2015 (Full time MBA)


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Any particular comments about the full time MBA programmes? Durham has improved tremendously while Birmingham is better than EDHEC! No sights of Aston and Liverpool anymore...
Any particular comments about the full time MBA programmes? Durham has improved tremendously while Birmingham is better than EDHEC! No sights of Aston and Liverpool anymore...
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Duncan
Durham went from 53rd to 50th. That's a rounding error, not a tremendous improvement.

What's really interesting is to see the MBA ranking of schools that almost got into the top 100 of the Global MBA ranking, from top to bottom, with EDHEC as 30th best MBA in Europe:
Business School
Edhec Business School
University of Edinburgh Business School
University of Bradford School of Management
Grenoble Graduate School of Business
Leeds University Business School
Nyenrode Business Universiteit
Eada Business School Barcelona
Copenhagen Business School
HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management
Nottingham University Business School
Neoma Business School
Politecnico di Milano School of Management
Durham went from 53rd to 50th. That's a rounding error, not a tremendous improvement.

What's really interesting is to see the MBA ranking of schools that almost got into the top 100 of the Global MBA ranking, from top to bottom, with EDHEC as 30th best MBA in Europe:
Business School
Edhec Business School
University of Edinburgh Business School
University of Bradford School of Management
Grenoble Graduate School of Business
Leeds University Business School
Nyenrode Business Universiteit
Eada Business School Barcelona
Copenhagen Business School
HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management
Nottingham University Business School
Neoma Business School
Politecnico di Milano School of Management
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Razors Edg...
So many French schools at the bottom of the ranking: La Rochelle Business School, Essca, Burgundy, ESC Clermont, IESEG, Montpelier...

Cambridge has improved so much: ranked 49 in 2012, and 14 this year.
So many French schools at the bottom of the ranking: La Rochelle Business School, Essca, Burgundy, ESC Clermont, IESEG, Montpelier...

Cambridge has improved so much: ranked 49 in 2012, and 14 this year.
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Duncan
There are French schools all the way through the ranking: a quarter of the schools. The ones without MBAs and EMBAs are at a disadvantage in this ranking.
There are French schools all the way through the ranking: a quarter of the schools. The ones without MBAs and EMBAs are at a disadvantage in this ranking.
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Britt2780
What does it mean "school was not included in the published 2015 ranking?" For instance, Bradford is ranked 42 overall but under the Global MBA ranking it says 31 with this info. If it wasn't included, why do they even put a number there?
What does it mean "school was not included in the published 2015 ranking?" For instance, Bradford is ranked 42 overall but under the Global MBA ranking it says 31 with this info. If it wasn't included, why do they even put a number there?
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Duncan
It was included in the prior research for the global MBA 100, but its did not get into the final 100. Obviously more than 100 schools are evaluated. The European Business Schools ranking is a composite of all the rankings: it is able to use not only the data published in the global 100 but also the other data it collected for the MBA ranking but did not publish previously.
It was included in the prior research for the global MBA 100, but its did not get into the final 100. Obviously more than 100 schools are evaluated. The European Business Schools ranking is a composite of all the rankings: it is able to use not only the data published in the global 100 but also the other data it collected for the MBA ranking but did not publish previously.
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Britt2780
Right. But why do they put 42 for Bradford when it wasn't in the ranking? Do they mean it ranks 42 among others that weren't included in the ranking either?
Right. But why do they put 42 for Bradford when it wasn't in the ranking? Do they mean it ranks 42 among others that weren't included in the ranking either?
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Duncan
I'm sorry, I just don't think I can find a different way to explain this. Can you ask a native speaker to help you?
I'm sorry, I just don't think I can find a different way to explain this. Can you ask a native speaker to help you?
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