The Financial Times Publishes Global MBA Ranking for 2021

Due to the pandemic, many top schools, including Harvard, Stanford, and Wharton, did not participate

The Financial Times has published the 2021 edition of its Global MBA Ranking, which lists the top full-time MBA programs around the world. 

However, due data collection issues caused by the pandemic, many of the typical schools at the top of the ranking, including Harvard, Stanford and Wharton, did not participate in the ranking and thus are not included this year.

Instead, the top MBA worldwide this year belongs to INSEAD, which is based in France and Singapore. It was ranked fourth last year. 

INSEAD is followed by the MBA from London Business School (LBS), which was ranked seventh last year.

Up third is the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business, which rose seven spots this year. It's followed by a two-way tie between Spain's IESE Business School and Yale School of Management. The MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management has climbed five positions to land at spot number six. 

In seventh place is a two-way tie between China's CEIBS and France's HEC Paris. In ninth is Duke University's Fuqua School of Business; the MBA from Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business finishes out the top ten.

Read more about MBA rankings on FIND MBA's Rankings page.

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