Sustainability ranking expands beyond Canada; now lists schools in 11 countries

The Canadian magazine Corporate Knights has released its annual MBA sustainability rankings, and this year, the list includes schools from around the world, rather than just those in Canada.

Filling a gap in the rankings left after "Beyond Grey Pinstripes" was indefinitely suspended last year, Corporate Knights now ranks 30 business schools from 11 countries. The ranking is based on how the schools integrate sustainability in their curriculum.

This year, the list is led by two Canadian business schools - York University's Schulich School of Business, followed by Concordia's John Molson School of Business. Third place is taken by the UK's Exeter Business School (which hosts the sustainability-focused "One Planet MBA Program.") Calgary's Haskayne School of Business and the UK's Nottingham University Business School finish out the top five.

The top ranked Asian business school is South Korea's KAIST Business School, which places 6; that's followed by another Canadian business school, McGill.

The top ten is rounded out by two US business schools - Duquesne's Palumbo-Donahue School of Business and Oregon's Lundquist College of Business - followed by Denmark's Copenhagen Business School.

For the full ranking, please see the Corporate Knights top 30 school list.

Image: Overleveraged / Creative Commons

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