Financial Times Publishes its 2012 Masters in Finance Rankings
EDHEC and Peking University make big gains in top pre-experience programs
In terms of pre-experience programs (which are designed for candidates with little or no work experience,) there is very little change in the top spots. The top four are identical to last year: HEC Paris is on top, followed by IE Business School, ESSEC Business School, and the University of Oxford.
The rest of the list features a few big movers. Switzerland's University of St. Gallen has jumped seven spots, from number 12 to number 5. EDHEC and Peking University: Guanghua, both of which were not ranked last year, place at numbers 6 and 8, respectively.
There are only four programs featured in the FT's post-experience rankings. The list is topped by London Business School, which is followed by George Washington University, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Florida International University/Chapman.
For more information, please see the FT's pre-experience rankings and post-experience rankings.
Related Business Schools
More MBA News
MBA Program from Rochester - Simon Receives STEM Designation
Aug 17, 2018
MBA School Choice: Wharton Vs. Booth
By Seb Murray on Aug 15, 2018
Both business schools are highly ranked and feature strong placements in the financial services sector. But the culture and career destinations of Wharton and Booth students vary, sometimes widely
Should you get an Online or On-Campus MBA?
By Seb Murray on Aug 13, 2018
There are pros and cons to each type of program, which suit different kinds of applicants. How do you choose which format is right for you?
Data Science in MBA Programs: Rosy Job Prospects
By Seb Murray on Aug 06, 2018
Business schools are adding courses on data science at a brisk clip, with some lecturers saying that MBAs who don’t understand the subject face a disadvantage in the jobs market