Two European business schools at the top of this year's ranking

The Economist Intelligence Unit has published its 2008 ranking of the world's top-100, full-time MBA programs. The top 10 includes three European business schools, two in Britain, and five from the United States.

For full coverage, please visit the Economist MBA website.

Comments


Related Business Schools

Berkeley, California 86 Followers 109 Discussions
London, United Kingdom 141 Followers 425 Discussions
Madrid, Spain 102 Followers 350 Discussions
Lausanne, Switzerland 37 Followers 133 Discussions
Barcelona, Spain 26 Followers 249 Discussions
Hanover, New Hampshire 13 Followers 46 Discussions
New York City, New York 152 Followers 239 Discussions
Chicago, Illinois 33 Followers 140 Discussions
Stanford, California 87 Followers 165 Discussions
Cambridge, United Kingdom 41 Followers 250 Discussions

More MBA News

Mar 25, 2020

North Carolina's Wake Forest University Announces New Online MBA

Mar 25, 2020

More MBA News

MBA Articles

Northern Lights: Scandinavian MBAs Come of Age

Mar 10, 2020

Business schools in the Nordics are at the forefront of teaching about responsible business and sustainability, which is drawing students from around the world

Why Emotional Intelligence is Now a Staple of MBA Admissions

Mar 02, 2020

An increasing number of ‘EQ’ tests are being added to the MBA application, to supposedly predict academic achievement and career success

How Business Education Will Change in 2020 and Beyond

Feb 27, 2020

As the MBA applications crisis shows no sign of abating, business schools are innovating with technology and focusing on sustainability – to the likely benefit of students, business and society. But will it save the MBA degree?

More Articles

Related Top 10 Lists

More Top 10 Lists