FindMBA News Latests News Mon, 23 Apr 2018 11:43:40 +0200 <![CDATA[Germany's ESMT Launches Joint MBA With the Doha Institute]]> Germany's ESMT Berlin has announced the launch of a new joint MBA degree in cooperation with Qatar's Doha Institute.

The new program—a dual-degree MBA / Master of Public Administration (MPA)— will help participants hone their management skills in the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors.

Most of the content for the new two-year MBA / MPA degree will be delivered in Doha. Modules will take place once per month, over three or four days. One core module will also be delivered in Berlin, and there will be the opportunity for participants to study at institutions in ESMT's partner network.

The program will launch in September 2018. 

For more information, please see ESMT's news release announcing the launch of the MBA / MPA program.

You can read more about the school on ESMT's Full Profile at FIND MBA.

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<![CDATA[Hult Receives EQUIS Accreditation]]> Hult International Business School has received EQUIS accreditation, according to the school.

With the new accreditation, the school is now triple-accredited, meaning it has accreditation from the three main international accreditation agencies: EQUIS, AMBA, and AACSB. The school is the first US-based business school to gain triple accreditation 

Currently, EQUIS accredits over 200 business schools that offer MBA programs. Currently, three US-based business schools have EQUIS accreditation, including Hult.

In addition to its main location in Boston, Hult has campuses in San Francisco, London, Dubai and Shanghai.

See a list of all EQUIS-accredited business schools that offer MBA programs.

Read more about the school on Hult's Full Profile at FIND MBA.

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<![CDATA[Rutgers Business School Launches Corporate Social Innovation Institute]]> Rutgers Business School has announced the launch of a new institute focusing on corporate social innovation.

The new Rutgers Institute for Corporate Social Innovation will help prepare students to address the challenges and opportunities associated with sustainable development and value creation, according to a news release from the school.

Specifically, the new institute will "embed interdisciplinary coursework into the Rutgers Business School curriculum to prepare students to drive successful business results in sustainable organizations that are financially, environmentally and socially responsible."

The classes that the institute will develop will cover topics in ethical business models, sustainable business development, and ecological economics, among others.

For more information, see the Rutgers news release announcing the launch of the new institute. You can also read more about the school's MBA programs on Rutgers' Full Profile at FIND MBA.

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<![CDATA[Clemson University to Launch an Online MBA]]> South Carolina's Clemson University has announced plans to launch an Online MBA in 2019. 

The new MBA will be customizable: students will be able to pursue it either as their schedules permit, or real-time, in an interactive setting. 

Clemson, which is accredited by AACSB International, joins a handful of other business schools in South Carolina that offer Online MBA programs. Winthrop University, which is also AACSB accredited, offers a customizable Online MBA, and Francis Marion University offers an MBA in Healthcare Executive Management, among others.

Clemson's new Online MBA will launch in the fall of 2019.

For more information, please see Clemson's news release announcing the new program.

Image: Tillman Hall, Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina by Ken Lund / CC BY-SA 2.0

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<![CDATA[US News Updates MBA Rankings for 2019]]> US News and World Report has released its 2019 MBA rankings, which rank US-based full- and part-time programs separately.

For the full-time MBA ranking, Harvard Business School and the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business are tied for the top position. The University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School takes third place. The Yale School of Management has dropped out of the top-10 this year, and is now tied for 11th place with Duke University's Fuqua School of Business. The University of Michigan's Ross School of Business has broken into the top-10 this year, and is tied for seventh place with the University of Berkeley's Haas School of Business. See the top 10 schools below.

In terms of part-time programs, Haas leads this year's ranking. Haas is followed by Booth, and at third place is Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management.

For the business school rankings, US News surveyed 480 MBA programs, all of which are accredited by AACSB. Of those schools, the publication ranked 127 schools, because these schools provided enough data to calculate the full-time ranking. The schools were ranked on factors such as placement success and student selectivity. 

US News' 2019 MBA Ranking (top 10 full-time programs)

2019 rank School Change from last year
1 (tie) Harvard no change
1 (tie) Chicago - Booth +2
3 Wharton -2
4 Stanford no change
5 MIT - Sloan -1
6 Kellogg -2
7 (tie) UC Berkeley - Haas no change
7 (tie) Michigan - Ross +4
9 Columbia no change
10 Dartmouth - Tuck -2


Image: Chicago - Booth / Karla Kaulfuss / CC BY 2.0 (cropped, rotated)

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<![CDATA[Yale Launches New MBA Scholarship for Students From Africa]]> Yale School of Management has announced new MBA scholarships aimed at students from Africa who want to make an impact.

As part of the new "Impact Scholarships" scheme, two awards will be available and will cover at least half of the tuition for Yale's full-time MBA program. Within two years of completing their MBAs, the Impact Scholars will be expected to return to Africa and work for at least two years in a role that contributes to the continent's development.

To be considered for the new scholarships, students from Africa must be successfully admitted into the Yale MBA program. No additional application is needed.

According to the school, some 32 students from Africa are currently enrolled in Yale SOM's various degree programs. 

The school also offers a full-tuition MBA scholarship to an entrepreneur from Africa, through the school's existing partnership with the Harambe Entrepreneurship Alliance.

For more information, please see the Yale SOM press release announcing the new MBA scholarships.

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<![CDATA[All Full-Time MBA students at University of Virginia Darden School of Business to Gain International Study Experience]]> The University of Virginia Darden School of Business has received a $30 million endowment dedicated to providing international study opportunities to every full-time MBA student at the school, at no additional cost to the student.

A $15 million gift from the Batten Foundation was matched with a gift from UVA's Bicentennial Scholars Fund. The resulting endowment will provide every student in Darden's full-time MBA program a scholarship to attend a Darden Worldwide course.

The Darden worldwide scheme sees MBA student participate in study programs abroad of typically 7-10 days, led by Darden faculty. This spring, that offering spans five continents, and includes courses exploring business in uncertain economic environments in Argentina, artificial intelligence and robotics in Germany, and government's influence on business in China, among others.

During the courses, students visit local companies, educators and officials, gaining hands-on experiences in new business environments and cultures guided by a Darden faculty member.

The latest endowment will make this experience accessible to all full-time MBA students, allowing them to add global experience to their portfolios.

Image: University of Delaware by urashimataro CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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<![CDATA[Canada's Queen's University Launches a Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence]]> Queen's University's Smith School of Business has announced plans to launch a Master of Management degree in Artificial Intelligence.

The new program will focus on the management of artificial intelligence tools in business applications, and explore the implications of AI in business decision making.

As AI is applied to an increasing number of business areas, managers will be needed to bridge the gap between the technology and business needs. According to Elspeth Murray, associate dean of master's programs at Smith, "That requires a new kind of professional with a balance of science and management expertise."

"That’s why the Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence is so needed today."

With the new program, Queen's joins a a few other business schools offering programs in the management of AI space. Italy's Bologna Business School, for instance, offers a Master in Digital Technology Management in Artificial Intelligence. Other Europe-based schools offer related programs; Utrecht University offers a Masters in Artificial Intelligence degree, for example.

The new Queen's Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence program will start on the school's downtown Toronto campus in September 2018. The program will be delivered on a part-time basis over the course of 12 months. A GMAT score of 650 or higher is required to apply, and applicants must have an undergraduate degree in Mathematics, Business, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering or Science.

For more information, please see the Queen's Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence program webpage.

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<![CDATA[The FT's Online MBA Ranking Updated for 2018]]> The Financial Times has updated its Online MBA Ranking for 2018.

For the first time in the history of the ranking, Warwick Business School's Distance Learning MBA has taken the top spot. IE Business School, which has led the ranking since the inaugural edition in 2014, has dropped to position number two. According to the ranking, graduates of IE's Online MBA made more than their Warwick counterparts (Three years after completing the MBA, IE grads had a an average salary of $184,030, compered to $182,994 for Warwick grads.)

The Online MBA from UMass Amherst holds on to spot number three for the second year in a row. The Online MBA from IU - Kelley has climbed three spots to land at number four. The top-five in this year's ranking is rounded out by the Online MBA from Durham University Business School, which rose four positions.

Of the 20 schools that are current ranked, one is new this year. The Online MBA from Washington State University's Carson College of Business debuts this year at position number 20. The EuroMBA, which was ranked 12th last year, has dropped out in the 2018 edition. 

According to the FT, the programs are ranked primarily on career progress of alumni, but also on the diversity of the cohort and the quality of the online delivery.

Below is a table which shows the 15 schools ranked in the FT's Online MBA Ranking 2018.

The FT's Online MBA Ranking 2018

2017 Rank Business School MBA Program Change from 2016
1 Warwick Business School MBA by Distance Learning +1
2 IE Business School Global MBA -1
3 Umass Amherst - Isenberg Online MBA no change
4 IU - Kelley Online MBA +3
5 Durham Online MBA +4
6 Babson - Olin MBA Blended Program +2
7 Florida - Hough Hybrid Online MBA -2
8 AGSM MBAx -4
9 ASU - Carey Carey Online MBA -2
10 George Washington Online MBA -4
11 Syracuse - Whitman MBA@Syracuse -1
12 Northeastern Online MBA +1
13 University of Nebraska at Lincoln Online MBA +2
14 Bradford Distance Learning MBA no change
15 Colorado State University Online MBA +4
16 Drexel - LeBow LeBow Online MBA +4
17 NCSU - Poole Professional Online MBA +1
18 FIU - Chapman Corporate MBA -2
19 Centrum Católica Virtual International Managerial MBA -2
20 Washington State - Carson Carson Online MBA not ranked in 2017

For more information on MBA rankings, please see  FIND MBA's MBA Rankings page.

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<![CDATA[University of San Diego to Offer a Business Analytics MBA Concentration]]> The University of San Diego (USD School of Business) has announced plans to launch an MBA concentration in Business Analytics.

The new Business Analytics MBA concentration is designed to help students make data-informed business decisions.  

The new concentration will include four courses over three semesters, and cover topics in spreadsheet modeling, database management, and programming languages. 

USD's Full-Time MBA can be completed in either 17 or 22 months. It offers a range of other concentrations, including Finance, Marketing, Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Enterprise, International Business, New Venture Management, and others.

The MBA concentration in Business Analytics will launch this fall. For more information, please see USD's news release announcing the launch of the new concentration.

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<![CDATA[AACSB Accreditation Awarded to 11 Business Schools]]> AACSB accreditation has been awarded to 11 new business schools, of which eight offer MBA programs. The newly-accredited schools include:

The International University of Japan, which becomes the fourth business school in Japan to be accredited by AACSB. The school offers two MBA programs in English: a normal MBA as well as an intensive MBA that can be completed in just one year.

The Minnesota-based Lawrence Technological University, which offers an MBA with several concentrations, including Business Analytics & Cybersecurity and Finance.

Aberdeen Business School at the Robert Gordon University, which is based in Scotland. The school, which is also accredited by AMBA, is listed as a Top 10 School for Energy by FIND MBA. 

Tunghai University, which becomes the 23rd business school in Taiwan to receive AACSB accreditation. The school offers an English-language Global MBA program.

Universidad de Monterrey, which is the fourth business school in Mexico to be accredited by AACSB. Students in UDEM's MBA have the opportunity to study abroad in a partner school such as Wharton and UC Berkeley - Haas.

Canada's University of Saskatchewan, which offers a flexible MBA that can be completed in between 12 and 36 months. It's the 23rd business school in Canada to receive AACSB accreditation.

The University of Science and Technology Beijing, which also has AMBA accreditation. 

The UK-based University of Southampton, which is also accredited by AMBA. Its MBA can be completed on a full-time basis in 12 months or a part-time basis in 24 months.

In this round, several schools which do not offer MBA programs also received AACSB accreditation. These include Georgia Gwinnett College, India's IFIM Business School, and Sweden's Umeå University.

To achieve AACSB accreditation, a business school must undergo a rigorous review process. Currently, over 800 schools in 53 countries have AACSB accreditation. See a list of all AACSB-accredited business schools offering MBA programs, and read why MBA accreditation is important.

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<![CDATA[Meet Top Business School Representatives in Frankfurt at the MBA25 Networking Event]]> On April 14 prospective MBA students will have the chance to network with top business school representatives at the MBA25 Business Education Forum, to be held in Frankfurt am Main.

MBA applicants will have the chance to ask all their questions about different business schools and programs, meet representative one-on-one, find out about scholarship opportunities and speak with alumni about their study experiences. There will also be a networking party at the end of the event.

The following business schools are confirmed to attend:

  • Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
  • HHL Leipzig
  • Kellogg - WHU (Executive MBA)
  • SKOLKOVO - Moscow School of Management

Additionally there will be a presentation about tackling the GMAT from the test's administrator, GMAC.

The Frankfurt MBA event will be held on April 14, beginning at 10:00am.

Event registration is mandatory. Sign up on the MBA25 website.

Image: Frankfurt Skyline by Markus Jaschke CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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<![CDATA[QS to Host MBA World Tour Events in Europe]]> The QS World MBA Tour has announced that it will be holding a series of events in Europe this spring.

At the fairs, attendees will be able to speak directly with admissions officers from the world's top business schools. The fairs will also include seminars and info sessions, where participants can learn about the GMAT and other topics. Attendees will also be eligible to access the World Tour MBA scholarship platform, which includes information about funding resources. 

Register for one of the QS World MBA Tour events here.

QS World MBA Tour events in Europe

  • Istanbul: February 25, 2018
  • Athens: February 26, 2018
  • Rome: February 28, 2018
  • Milan: March 1, 2018
  • Paris: March 3, 2018
  • Geneva: March 5, 2018
  • Zurich: March 6, 2018
  • Vienna: March 8, 2018
  • London: March 10, 2018
  • Amsterdam: March 13, 2018
  • Copenhagen: March 15, 2018
  • Moscow: March 17, 2018
  • Munich: March 19, 2018
  • Hamburg: March 21, 2018
  • Berlin: March 22, 2018
  • Frankfurt: March 24, 2018
  • Düsseldorf: March 26, 2018

Attending business schools

The following business schools will attend at least one event:


  • St John's University - Tobin College of Business


  • London Business School
  • University of Exeter Business School
  • Essex Business School
  • Alliance Manchester Business School
  • Durham University Business School
  • Henley Business School
  • Imperial College Business School
  • Oxford Brookes Business School
  • University of Oxford -Saïd Business School
  • The Open University Business School (OU)
  • Surrey Business School
  • University of Sussex
  • Westminster Business School
  • Warwick Business School
  • Cambridge University - Judge Business School
  • University of Birmingham - Business School
  • The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

Global business schools

  • ESCP Europe
  • Hult International Business School

South Africa

  • University of Cape Town - Graduate School of Business


  • Tel Aviv University - Coller School of Management


  • Shanghai Jiao Tong University (Antai )
  • Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB)
  • Tongji University - School of Economics and Management


  • Singapore Management University (SMU)


  • Copenhagen Business School


  • Aix-Marseille Graduate School of Management - IAE
  • IONIS Education Group
  • Ecole des Ponts Business School
  • Ecole Polytechnique
  • EDHEC Business School
  • Emlyon Business School
  • HEC Paris Executive MBA
  • IAE Paris - Sorbonne Business School
  • Neoma Business School
  • SKEMA Business School
  • Audencia Business School


  • GISMA Business School
  • Goethe University Frankfurt – Goethe Business School
  • Cologne-Rotterdam Executive MBA
  • Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
  • Henley Business School Germany
  • Mannheim Business School
  • TUM school of management
  • WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management


  • Amsterdam Business School
  • Rotterdam School of Management


  • Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO


  • ESADE Business School
  • IE Business School


  • IMD
  • University of Geneva (HEC)
  • SBS Swiss Business School


  • The University of Sydney Business School


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<![CDATA[INCAE Business School Receives AMBA Accreditation]]> INCAE Business School's MBA programs have been awarded AMBA accreditation.

The Costa Rica-based school, since it is also accredited by EQUIS and AACSB, now belongs to the elite group of the world's 'triple-accredited' business schools.

INCAE offers two core MBA programs, one focused on Latin American leadership and the other covering global perspectives. The school also has partnerships with other business schools, including Yale School of Management and the University of St. Gallen, through which dual-degree programs are offered. It also offers a Global Executive MBA program, through a partnership with Georgetown University and ESADE Business School. 

Read more about why MBA accreditation is important, and see a list of AMBA-accredited business schools offering MBA programs.

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<![CDATA[Access MBA Events in Toronto and Montreal This March]]> MBA applicants in Canada will have an opportunity to meet admissions directors from top MBA programs one-on-one when Access MBA brings its tour to North America this spring.

The events will take place in Toronto on March 24 and Montreal on March 27.

Those who are selected are personally matched with the top-ranked international business schools that best match their interests and skills. On the day, applicants will have the opportunity to use 20 minute one-on-one discussions to get to know the business schools' admissions directors.

Schools expected to attend include:

  • IESE
  • UCLA
  • Yale School of Management
  • University of Cambridge
  • Copenhagen Business School
  • HEC Montreal
  • IE Business School
  • Kedge Business School
  • University of Nottingham
  • ESADE Business School
  • Hult International Business School
  • CUHK
  • SDA Bocconi
  • Syracuse - Whitman
  • UBC - Sauder
  • EMLyon many others from Canada, the US, UK, Europe and beyond.

Access MBA is also holding other events, in cities in Asia, Europe, South America, North America, Africa, and the Middle East. See the Access MBA Events Page for more info.

Image: Montreal, Quebec, Canada by Marc-Olivier Jodoin CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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<![CDATA[FIND MBA Updates Top 10 Lists by Specialization for 2018]]> FIND MBA has updated its shortlists of top business schools by industry focus or functional area for 2018. These Top 10 Lists, which have been published since 2012, consider employment data, concentrations, and other factors to help future MBA students find some of the best business schools for careers in various industries and functions.

In all, 22 lists have been updated, including Top 10 Lists for Financial Services, Supply Chain, and Sustainability, among others. The lists were updated to reflect changing employment data and other changes in the business school landscape.

World leaders

The leaders—the business schools that are featured in the most Top 10 Lists this year—are Columbia Business School, the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business, HEC Paris, the Wharton School, and London Business School. Each was featured in five separate lists. The top 20 schools, each listed in at least four specialization lists, can be seen below.

In total, over 100 business schools are now listed in FIND MBA’s Top 10 Lists by specialty category. 

Here are all the updated lists:

FIND MBA's Top 10 Lists by Specialty 2017- Leaders

Here are the schools which are featured in the most Top 10 Lists:

School Region Number of Lists
Columbia Business School USA 5
Chicago - Booth School of Business USA 5

London Business School (LBS)

UK 5
The Wharton School USA 5
HEC Paris Europe 5
Alberta Canada 4
CEIBS Asia 4
Cornell - Johnson USA 4
CUHK Asia 4
Berkeley - Haas USA 4
Michigan - Broad USA 4
NUS Asia 4
NYU - Stern USA 4
Oxford  - Said UK 4
Purdue - Krannert USA 4
Rochester - Simon USA 4
Toronto - Rotman Canada 4
Stanford USA 4
UNC - Kenan-Flagler USA 4
Wisconsin USA 4

FIND MBA also lists top programs by region and other factors. See our Top 10 Lists page for more information.

FIND MBA's Top 10 Lists by Specialty were first published in 2012 to help potential applicants find the best business schools for particular career goals. These lists are updated each year to reflect employment data—in the cases that business schools have publicly reported this information—as well as other MBA rankings, changes in program offerings, and other factors. Read about the Top 10 List methodology here.

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<![CDATA[Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University Launches Online MBA]]> Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University is the latest business school to launch an Online MBA.

The program, dubbed, "MBA@Rice" will take the school's highly-ranked MBA program and make it accessible to those living outside Houston, Texas, where Jones Graduate School of Business is located.

Students will be able to complete the program via distance learning in a minimum of two years. The program will be taught through weekly live class sessions online, a mobile app and coursework to do be completed in students' own time, plus two residential sessions where they will be able to network with classmates and faculty.

The first cohort will begin classes in July 2018, with the first application deadline already set for May 4.

For more information, please see the Rice - Jones news release announcing the launch of the Online MBA.

Image: Houston at night by Eflon CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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<![CDATA[University of Virginia's Darden School of Business Announces New Business Analytics Master]]> The University of Virginia's Darden School of Business has announced a new business analytics master program, which will be run partially online to allow working professionals to keep up with work commitments while they study.

The Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) will be run in partnership with the university's McIntire School of Commerce, pending approval from the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia.

The program is one of a number of recently-announced master programs helping to prepare business grads for work in analytics, a field that has seen massive growth in recent years. The program will cover both technical and analytical skills, as well business and leadership components.

Aimed at working professionals, the MSBA will be delivered via a mix of weekend, in-person sessions and online instruction.

The first cohort will begin study in late summer 2018, with in-house classes taking place at a new facility in the Rosslyn district of Arlington, Virginia.

Image: The Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia as viewed from Georgetown. The Potomac River is in the foreground. By John Carolina. CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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<![CDATA[MBA Rankings 2018]]> For MBA rankings in 2018, a lot of potential disruptions are may be in store. Will changes like the planned Brexit have an effect on UK business schools? Will Asian business schools increase in stature? Will Donald Trump’s immigration policies impact the perceived prestige of US business schools?

Overall, last year’s ranking changes saw minor shifts among top schools, but overall, MBA salaries continued to improve across the board. In the 2017 Global MBA Ranking from the Financial Times, top UK business schools did fairly well, while some in the lower half of the ranking weren't quite so lucky. Insead led the list, but half of the top ten schools were based in the US. US business schools, in general, improved their standings in that ranking, with some exceptions. Schools in Australia also did well, while the Canadian schools lost ground. On the international version of the Best Business Schools Ranking from Bloomberg Businessweek, Insead led the pack here as well, while the UK schools in the top 10: London Business School, Oxford - Said, and Cambridge - Judge, lost some ground. 

What's in store for 2018? If the 2018 Global MBA Ranking from the Financial Times is any indication, improvement will be seen by US business schools, while there will be more of a mixed bag for UK schools. 

Below you’ll find a list of the main MBA rankings and their expected publication dates in 2018. For the rankings that have already been published, we’ll note the top 5 schools.

2018 MBA Rankings: An Overview

US News & World Report: Online MBA Ranking: Published on January 9, 2018

When this ranking was first published, Temple - Fox had the number one position, but was removed from the ranking after the publication reported that the GMAT statistics the school had reported were not correct. It's since been moved to the 'unranked' category.

Top Schools:

2. (tie) Carnegie Mellon - Tepper

2. (tie) IU - Kelley

4. UNC Kenan-Flagler

5. (tie) ASU - Carey

5. (tie) Florida - Hough

Financial Times: Global MBA Ranking: Published on January 29, 2018

Stanford's MBA took the top spot in this ranking, for the first year since 2012. Insead, which was ranked at the top of last year's ranking, fell to number two. 

Top schools:

1. Stanford

2. Insead

3. Upenn - Wharton

4. London Business School

5. Harvard

Financial Times: Online MBA Ranking 2018: Published March 4, 2018

For the first time in this ranking's history, the Online MBA from Warwick Business School leads the pack. IE Business School, which had taken the number one spot since it was first published in 2014, has fallen to spot number two.

Top schools:

1. Warwick Business School

2. IE Business School

3. UMass Amherst - Isenberg

4. IU - Kelley

5. Durham University Business School

US News & World Report MBA Ranking - Published March 20, 2018

For full-time MBA programs, Harvard and Chicago - Booth were tied for first place. Yale School of Management has left the top-10 this year; Michigan - Ross entered the top-10 at position number seven. For the part-time MBA programs, UC Berkeley - Haas was the leader. This year, there was a slight change to the ranking's methodology: any school that reported less than 50 percent of its students' GMAT or GRE scores lost points. Here are the top five schools in the full-time ranking:

  1. (tie) Harvard
  2. (tie) Chicago - Booth
  3. Wharton
  4. Stanford
  5. MIT - Sloan

Expected Publication Dates of 2018 MBA Rankings

Forbes: MBA Ranking: September 2018

Financial Times: Executive MBA Ranking: October, 2018

Economist: Which MBA? Rankings: October, 2018

Bloomberg Businessweek: Business School Rankings: November - December, 2018

Financial Times: European Business School Ranking: December 2018

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<![CDATA[30 Business Schools Attending MBA Day in Munich]]> On March 10, will host its MBA Day in Munich, with 30 business schools expected to attend.

The event will include the opportunity for one-on-one discussions between applicants and school representatives, presentations from schools, plus discussions on funding your MBA studies, nailing your application and the GMAT.

MBA Day participants will be in the running for scholarships worth a total of 500,000 EUR.

The schools who have registered to attend include:

  • Cambridge
  • IE
  • IESE
  • London Business School
  • Mannheim
  • Oxford
  • SDA Bocconi, and
  • St. Gallen

The event is free to attend, but participants must register in advance on the website.

Image: Munich by Sam Walker on Pexels CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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<![CDATA[The Financial Times Publishes 2018 Global MBA Ranking]]> The Financial Times has released the 2018 edition of its Global MBA Ranking.

This year, the Stanford Graduate School of Business takes the top position. This is the first time since 2012 that the school has taken the top spot. According to the ranking data, Stanford MBA graduates (from the class of 2014) make just over $214,000 per year, on average - the highest for all schools in the ranking.

Stanford has taken the top spot from the one-year Insead MBA program, which had led the ranking for the previous two years. In this year's ranking, it has dropped to position number two.

Insead is followed by the Wharton School, which retains its third-place ranking this year. 

At position number four is London Business School's MBA, which has dropped two spots. It's followed by Harvard, which has fallen one position to number five. Booth's MBA comes next, rising three spots to number six; Booth is followed by Columbia Business School, which holds on to position number seven this year. China's CEIBS has risen three spots to land at position number eight, while MIT - Sloan's MBA has climbed four spots to land at position number nine. The top 10 is rounded out by UC Berkeley - Haas' MBA.

Big Movers in the 2018 FT Global MBA Ranking

Although there wasn't much substantial movement in the top 10, some schools further down the ranking have shifted. The MBA from Cambridge - Judge has fallen out of the top 10, going from number five to number 13 this year. The MBA from Cornell - Johnson, for example, has gained ten spots this year to land at position number 17. Singapore's NUS has dropped out the top 20, going from position number 18 to 26. On the other hand, the MBA from UCLA - Anderson has made strong progress this year, jumping from number 32 to 25. Georgetown's MBA has also gained, jumping from 30 to 40.

Further down, there was even more substantial upward movement, especially among US business schools.. The MBA from Texas' Rice - Jones has jumped almost 20 spots, moving from number 64 last year to 45 this year. Also, WUSTL - Olin, which was ranked  68 last year, takes spot number 50 this year. 

On the other hand, some UK schools have not faired as well in this year's Global MBA Ranking. The Cass MBA, for instance, has last nine spots, falling from position 37 to 46. The Lancaster MBA has also dropped, from position 42 last year to number 70 this year. Strathclyde Business School has also lost ground. 

Here's a list of the top 20 schools in this year's FT Global MBA Ranking, as well as their change from last year.

Business Schools in Australia, Canada, and elsewhere

For schools outside the US and the UK, there were also some changes. Canada's McGill reappeared on the ranking this year, at position number 78. Another Canadian school, Toronto - Rotman, lost ground this year, dropping from 65 to 86. Queen's University, which was ranked at position 100 last year, has dropped off the ranking this year.

In Australia, the two business schools in the country also shifted a bit in this year's ranking: AGSM dropped from 54 to 63, while Melbourne Business School's MBA went from 76 to 66. MGSM, which was ranked in the top 50 last year, has dropped off the ranking this year.

Denmark's Copenhagen Business School debuted in the ranking this year, at position number 100.


A few business schools that were listed in the 2017 Global MBA Ranking from the FT have dropped off in this year's ranking. Spain's IE Business School, which was ranked eighth last year, is nowhere to be found in the 2018 ranking. George Washington University, which was ranked 86 last year, has also dropped off. 

Other schools that were ranked last year and did not make the cut in 2018 include Vlerick Business School, Iowa - Tippie, Temple - Fox, Costa Rica's INCAE, South Carolina - Moore, IPADE, Grenoble Graduate School of Business, and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

The FT's Global MBA Ranking 2018

FT MBA Ranking 2017 Business School Location Change from 2016
1 Stanford USA +1
2 Insead France/Singapore -1
3 UPenn - Wharton USA no change
4 London Business School UK +2
5 Harvard USA -1
6 Chicago - Booth USA +3
7 Columbia Business School USA no change
8 CEIBS China +4
9 MIT - Sloan USA +4
10 UC Berkeley - Haas USA +3
11 IESE Business School Spain -1
12 Northwestern - Kellogg USA no change
13 Cambridge - Judge UK -8
14 HKUST Hong Kong +1
15 Yale SOM USA no change
16 Dartmouth - Tuck USA +2
17 Cornell - Johnson USA +10
18 NUS Singapore +8
19 Duke - Fuqua USA +5
20 ESADE Business School Spain -2

FIND MBA's previous coverage of the Financial Times' Global MBA Ranking:

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

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<![CDATA[Warwick Business School's Online MBA to be Offered in London]]> Warwick Business School's online MBA will soon have a second location for its face-to-face component: Warwick Business School's campus inside London's iconic Shard building.

The school's Distance Learning MBA, ranked second in the world and first in the UK by the Financial Times, includes two "Warwick weeks" where students take classes on campus. From this June, students will have the option to take these in the heart of London.

This campus is located very close to the City of London, the financial hub and home of the Bank of England, as well as major international financial institutions, offering access to business and networking opportunities. 

This will also make it easier for international students to reach the in-class portion of the program, with more international flights available from London's airports.

For more information, see the program website.

Image: The Shard in London by Pixabay CC0 (cropped)

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<![CDATA[US News Publishes Online MBA Ranking for 2018]]> [Update February 2018: Temple - Fox has been moved to the 'unranked' category for misreporting GMAT statistics. The following article has been edited to reflect this new information.]

The publication US News and World Report has updated its Online MBA Ranking for 2018.

When the rankings were The Online MBA from Temple University's Fox School of Business and Management led the ranking. However, the publication later reported that since the school had mis-reported GMAT statistics, it would be moved to the 'unranked' category.  The online MBA programs from Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper) and IU Kelley are tied for second place. The top five is rounded out by the Online MBAs from UNC - Kenan-Flagler and Arizona State University's Carey School of Business. See a list of the top 20 programs.

To determine the rankings, US News used five factors: student engagement, admissions selectivity, peer reputation, faculty credential and training, and student services and technology. MBA accreditation is also factored into the ranking: if a school has AACSB accreditation, it influences the student engagement indicator; some credit is also given for ACBSP or IACBE accreditation. The publication only ranks US-based business schools.

Unlike other rankings of Online MBA programs, the US News ranking does not consider post-MBA salary as part of the ranking.

US News' Online MBA Ranking 2018

2017 Ranking School  Program  Change from 2016
unranked Temple - Fox(see note above) Online MBA no change
2 (tie) Carnegie Mellon - Tepper Part-time Online MBA no change
2 (tie IU - Kelley Online MBA +1
4 UNC Kenan-Flagler MBA@UNC no change
ASU - Carey Online MBA no change
6 (tie) Florida - Hough Online MBA -1
6 (tie) UT - Dallas Online MBA +1
8 USC - Marshall Online MBA +4
9 Maryland - Smith Online MBA no change
10 PSU - World Campus Penn State Online MBA -2
11 Auburn - Harbert MBA Online -1
12 (tie) Arkansas State - Jonesboro Online MBA -2
12 (tie) Washington State University Online MBA +15
14 (tie) NCSU - Poole MBA Online +4
14 (tie) Wisconsin MBA Consortium Online MBA no change
16 (tie) Ball State - Miller Online MBA -4
16 (tie) Florida State Online MBA no change
16 (tie) UMass - Amherst Online Part-time MBA -4
19 (tie)

Kennesaw State - Coles

Online MBA +2
19 (tie) Lehigh MBA +2

FIND MBA's coverage of previous Online MBA Rankings from US News:

See FIND MBA's MBA Rankings page for more MBA ranking information.


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<![CDATA[EQUIS Accreditation Awarded to Two Business Schools]]> EQUIS accreditation has been awarded to the Nottingham Trent University's Nottingham Business School and the Faculty of Management at the University of Warsaw, according to EFMD.

Nottingham Business School, which is also accredited by AACSB, offers a range of MBA programs, including a Full-Time MBA with concentrations in Digital Marketing, Finance, and Global Supply Chain Management; and a range of Online MBA programs. Notably, the Full-Time MBA is also offered in a two-year version, which includes one year of work placement.

The University of Warsaw Faculty of Management has also received EQUIS accreditation. The school, whose MBA programs are also accredited by AMBA, offers an Executive MBA delivered in English, as well as an MBA in Polish. The school, after Kozminski University, is only the second business school in Poland to receive EQUIS accreditation.

On FIND MBA, you can see a list of all EQUIS-accredited business schools offering MBA programs. 

Read about why MBA Accreditation is Important.

Image: "Building of Faculty of Management of Warsaw University" by Mzungu / CC BY 3.0 (cropped)

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<![CDATA[Bloomberg Businessweek Updates International MBA Ranking for 2017]]> Bloomberg Businessweek has updated its ranking of International (non-US) MBA programs for 2017.

This year, INSEAD takes the top spot, knocking LBS, which led last year, down to position number two. According to the publication, INSEAD's top position is due to the school's "top ranking in surveys of employers and alumni, as well as a boost in its recent students’ ability to obtain jobs shortly after graduation."

Spain's IESE Business School, which was ranked number five last year, takes the third spot this year, while the University of Oxford's Said Business School, takes position number four.

The top five is rounded out by Switzerland's IMD Business School, which rose two places from last year.

There's one newcomer in this year's ranking: Canada's Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University, which debuts at position number 24. 

The International MBA Ranking from Businessweek lists non-US business schools based on a variety of factors, based on surveys with employers, alumni, and students. Post-MBA salary and job placements are also factors.


BusinessWeek's 2076 International MBA Rankings (top 10)

BusinessWeek 2016 Rank Business School Change from 2016
2 LBS -1
3 IESE Business School +2
4 Oxford - Said -1
5 IMD +2
6 Cambridge - Judge -2
7 SDA Bocconi +1
8 IE Business School -2
9 ESADE +3
10 HEC Paris +1

See more rankings on FIND MBA's Rankings page.

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<![CDATA[Teesside University Business School in the UK Launches MBA Program]]> Teesside University in the north-east of England is launching a brand new MBA program, set to begin in January 2018.

The program will include a compulsory international study component, allowing students to undertake study in cities like Dubai, Singapore or Shanghai as part of the program.

Students can undertake the program in either a full-time or flexible format, allowing them to keep up with other commitments.

The MBA program launch is part of a wider range of new initiatives for the school, off the back of a large round of investment that will fund a 21 million GBP new home for the business school.

Image: Middlesborough transporter bridge by Klaus Foehl CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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<![CDATA[The FT Publishes European Business School Ranking for 2017]]> The Financial Times has published the 2017 edition of its European Business School Ranking, which is based on the performance of each business school's MBA, EMBA, Master in Management and Executive Education programs. 

The top 10 in this year's ranking shows only a minor shuffling from last year.

For the fourth year in a row, London Business School leads the ranking, even though the school's position in the FT's Global MBA Ranking dropped this year, from third to sixth.

Also for the fourth year in a row, HEC Paris takes the runner-up position in this year's European Business School ranking. Third place belongs to Spain's IE Business School, which rose one position. Also rising one position is St. Gallen, which this year takes the fourth spot.

INSEAD Business School drops two places to land at position number five. INSEAD's MBA program was ranked as the best program in the world in the Global MBA Ranking.

Italy's SDA Bocconi holds on to position number six, while Spain's IESE Business School drops one spot to number seven.

ESADE Business School has dropped two spots to number eight. The top 10 is rounded out by Rotterdam School of Management and Switzerland's IMD Business School. You can see the top 25 business schools, along with their ranking changes from last year, below.

The FT bases these rankings on the performance of each school's ranking across the publication's other rankings. Each program (MBA, EMBA, MiM, and Executive Education) accounts for 25 percent of the total score.

The FT's European Business School Ranking (top 25)

2017 rank School Change from last year
1 London Business School (LBS) no change
2 HEC Paris no change
3 IE Business School +1
4 St. Gallen +1
6 SDA Bocconi no change
7 IESE Business School +2
8 ESADE Business School -2
9 RSM +1
10 IMD no change
11 Cambridge - Judge +2
12 Oxford - Said -1
13 ESCP Europe -1
14 EDHEC Business School no change
15 (tie) Mannheim Business School +4
15 (tie) Warwick Business School +7
15 (tie) City University - Cass +11
18 ESMT Berlin +3
19 Vlerick Business School -4
20 Imperial -4
21 Grenoble -4
22 EMLyon Business School -2
23 ESSEC Business School -5
24 UCD - Smurfit -5
25 Nova School of Business and Economics -2

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<![CDATA[NUS Business School, Singapore to Offer New Master's in Finance]]> From October 2018 the National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School will offer a brand new Master of Science (MSc) in Finance.

The 14-month Master program will include attractive internship and networking opportunities, along with practical, industry-focused teaching set to reflect the vast regulatory and institutional changes that have occurred in the industry in recent years.

Students will be able to choose from two tracks: corporate finance or investment finance.

The NUS Business School program is open to graduates both with and without previous business experience.

Image: Singapore by 1Nie8Four CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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<![CDATA[Three Business Schools Receive AACSB Accreditation]]> AACSB International has announced that it has awarded accreditation to three new business schools:  American University in Dubai, Korea's Chung-Ang University Business School, and Texas A&M University-Kingsville.

All three newly-accredited business schools offer MBA programs.

The American University in Dubai offers an MBA with concentrations in Finance, Management and Marketing. Texas A&M University at Kingsville offers a distance-learning based MBA. Chung-Ang University, which is located in Seoul, offers a Global MBA as well as a dual-degree option with China's Fudan University School of Management.

AACSB currently accredits 799 institutions across 53 countries. 

See a list of all AACSB-accredited business schools offering MBA programs.

Read about why MBA accreditation is important.

Image: American University of Dubai by AreJay / CC BY-SA 2.0 (cropped)

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<![CDATA[HKUST Offers a Dual EMBA With SKOLKOVO in Moscow]]> The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) has teamed up with the Moscow School of Management Skolkovo (SKOLKOVO) to launch a dual Executive MBA program focused on doing business in Eurasia.

The HKUST-SKOLKOVO Executive MBA Program for Eurasia will commence in winter 2018, aiming to develop business leaders in the Eurasia region.

The part-time program, set to run over 17 months, will work within the framework of the Eurasian development strategy One Belt, One Road.

Image: HKUST campus view looking from above by HKUST CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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<![CDATA[The Economist Releases 2017 MBA Ranking]]> The Economist has updated its MBA rankings for 2017.

This year, US-based business schools dominate the top of the MBA ranking. Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management takes the lead this year. At Kellogg, average salaries of new MBA graduates were just under $124,000, a 72 percent increase over pre-MBA salaries, according to the ranking's data.

The University of Chicago's Booth School of Business, which led the ranking last year, drops to second place this year. At $126,000, on average new Booth MBA grads had higher average salaries than those at Kellogg, but slightly lower salary increase (71 percent). 

Harvard Business School, which was ranked fourth last year, comes in at number three this year. However, UPenn's Wharton School made strong progress this year, jumping to spot number four from place 12 last year. 

Stanford Graduate School of Business—with its strong average new MBA salaries of just over $140,000—holds steady at position number five.

Placed sixth is UCLA's Anderson School of Management, which jumped from position number 14 last year.

Another California, UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business, takes seventh place.

Dartmouth College's Tuck School of Business, Columbia Graduate School of Business, and the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business round out the top-10, in that order. See the top 20 schools in the ranking below.

Non-US b-schools drop in this year's Economist MBA ranking

Schools outside of the US did not do as well in this year's MBA ranking from The Economist. The first non-US school in the ranking is France's HEC Paris, which comes in at position number 15 this year, dropping six places from last year.

Likewise, Australia's University of Queensland has also dropped six places from last year, coming in at position number 16.

Spain's IESE Business School, which was in the top 10 last year, has dropped to position number 17.

France's INSEAD Business School, which has ranked at the top of the Global MBA Ranking from the Financial Times for two years in a row, is ranked in this year's Economist MBA ranking at position number 21.

To rank the programs, The Economist looked at a number of factors, including how the MBAs opened up new career opportunities, salary, and networking potential, among others.

The Economist's 2017 MBA ranking (top 20 schools)


Economist 2016 Rank Business School Change from 2015

Northwestern - Kellogg

2 Chicago - Booth -1
3 Harvard +1
4 Wharton +8
5 Stanford no change
6 UCLA - Anderson +8
7 UC Berkeley - Haas no change
8 Dartmouth - Tuck -2
9 Columbia +2
10 Virginia - Darden -7
11 Yale +4
12 Michigan - Ross +9
13 Duke - Fuqua +5
14 NYU - Stern +5
15 HEC Paris -6
16 Queensland -6
17 IESE -9
18 Warwick +2
19 MIT - Sloan -2
20 Florida - Hough +20

Previous Economist MBA rankings coverage

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]]> Fri, 27 Oct 2017 00:00:00 +0200
<![CDATA[University of Georgia MBA Adds Area of Emphasis in FinTech]]> The University of Georgia's Terry College of Business now offers its MBA students the opportunity to add an academic area of emphasis in the field of financial technology, or FinTech.

FinTech is a rapidly growing sector that has been making its way into an increasing number of MBA programs.

The MBA program is taught in Atlanta, Georgia, where local companies process 70 percent of all credit, debit and prepaid card transactions in the US. Students who opt to add this area of emphasis to their degrees will enjoy close proximity to the FinTech industry.

The area of emphasis includes 12 hours of relevant coursework, which concludes with a FinTech project undertaken with a corporate partner. 

Image: Atlanta, Georgia by Paul Brennan CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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<![CDATA[The Financial Times Releases Executive MBA Rankings for 2017]]> The Financial Times has released its Executive MBA Ranking for 2017.

EMBA programs offered jointly by two or more schools dominate the top spots in the ranking. The EMBA from Kellogg and HKUST leads the ranking again this year, as it did last year. This EMBA's alumni salaries three years after gradation were just over $478,000 USD - by far the highest salaries of all EMBA programs in the ranking.

Notable is that the EMBA-Global Asia program, offered by Columbia, LBS, and HKU, debuted at position number two in the ranking, the highest debut of any EMBA program, ever.

The EMBA-Global Asia program has displaced the joint EMBA from Tsinghua and Insead, which has dropped to number three.

In fourth place is the EMBA-Global program, the sister program of the EMBA-Global Asia, offered by Columbia and LBS.

Closing out the top-five is the Trium EMBA program, which is offered through a partnership between HEC Paris, LSE, and NYU - Stern. 

Another program that has placed strongly in its initial debut on the ranking is the EMBA program offered by MIT - Sloan, which took 11th place. See the list of the top 20 EMBA programs below.

The FT's EMBA 2017 ranking methodology

This is the 17th year that the Financial Times has published its Executive MBA program ranking. The ranking, as always, is based on alumni and business school data from the class of 2014. 

To be considered for the ranking, an EMBA program must be cohort-based and have at least 30 graduates each year. The business schools offering the EMBA programs must also be accredited by either AACSB or EQUIS.

Although alumni salary and salary growth are strong factors in the EMBA ranking, the publication also takes into account other data. For example, the ranking considers the research rank of a school's faculty when determining its EMBA program's rank. Other factors considered include the number of international students, International faculty, career progress and more.

FT EMBA ranking 2017 - top 20 programs

2017 Rank School(s) Program Change from 2016
1 Tsinghua/INSEAD Tsinghua-Insead EMBA no change
2 Columba / HKU / LBS EMBA-Global Asia not ranked in 2016
3 Tsinghhua / Insead Tsinghua-Insead Dual Degree EMBA -1
4 Columbia / LBS EMBA-Global Americas and Europe +4
5 HEC Paris / LSE / NYU

Trium Global EMBA

6 Shanghai Jiao Tong University: Antai EMBA +1
7 WUSTL - Olin Washington - Fudan EMBA -2
8 Insead Insead Global EMBA -4
9 Oxford - Saïd Oxford EMBA no change
10 ESCP Europe ESCP Europe EMBA +1
11 MIT - Sloan MIT EMBA not ranked in 2016
12 IESE Global EMBA -1
13 IE Business School Global EMBA -3
14 Ceibs Ceibs Global EMBA -1
15 (tie) Chicago - Booth EMBA -1
15 (tie) Wharton Wharton EMBA for Executives +1
15 (tie) Cambridge - Judge Cambridge EMBA no change
18 (tie) LBS EMBA +1
18 (tie) NUS NUS EMBA -1

Previous FT EMBA rankings coverage:

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<![CDATA[Access MBA Hosting an MBA Event in Montreal on November 2]]> Access MBA will be holding an MBA info event in Montreal on November 2

Schools scheduled to attend the event include IE Business School, Hult International Business School, IE Business School, and more.

Registered atendees will be able to schedule one-on-one meetings with representatives from these and other business schools.

The event will also include include MBA conferences, GMAT preparation workshops, and scholarship opportunities.

The event will be held at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Montreal on November 2, between 4:30pm and 10:00pm.  Register now for the Access MBA event in Montreal.

Image: "The Montreal skyline from Mount Royal" by MTLskyline / CC BY 3.0 (cropped)

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<![CDATA[MBA Application Deadlines: Programs in Asia Beginning Fall 2018]]> Here is a list of upcoming application deadlines for full-time MBA programs across Asia beginning in Fall 2018.

Not all schools have released their deadlines just yet, but we will updates these lists as more deadlines are announced.

As always, we recommend applicants double-check deadlines on each school’s website.

You can also find other application deadlines for MBA programs beginning in Fall 2018 at the following links:

MBA Application Deadlines Fall 2018: Business Schools in Asia

CEIBS China Europe International Business School - Full-Time MBA (China)

  • Round 1 application deadline: November 8
  • Round 2: January 17
  • Round 3: March 21

INSEAD - Singapore Campus - Full-Time MBA (Singapore)

  • Round 2 MBA application deadline: November 29
  • Round 3: January 24
  • Round 4: March 7

KAIST Business School - Various Full-Time MBA options (Korea)

  • March-April every year. 2018 dates still to be announced.

HKU The University of Hong Kong - Full-Time MBA (Hong Kong)

  • Early MBA application deadline: November 16
  • Further deadlines to be announced

NUS National University of Singapore - Full-Time MBA (Singapore)

  • Round 1 application deadline: (scholarship qualifying period): between October 1, 2017 and January 31 2018
  • Round 2: Between February 1 and March 31

ISB Indian School of Business - Full-Time PGP (India)

For Indian passport holders:

  • Cycle 1: October 15
  • Cycle 2: January 15

For non-Indian passport holders:

  • Rolling applications

Nanyang Business School - Full-Time MBA (Singapore)

  • Round 1: November 7
  • Round 2: January 15
  • Round 3: March 31

Yonsei University - Full-Time MBA (Korea)

  • MBA application Deadlines to be announced

Singapore Management University (SMU) - Full-Time MBA (Singapore)

  •  Deadlines to be announced

HKUST - Full-Time MBA (Hong Kong)

  • Round 1 application deadline: November 8
  • Round 2: December 10
  • Round 3: Mar 7

NIDA Business School - Full-Time MBA (January intake) (Thailand)

  • Round 2: October 20
  • Round 3: February 23
  • Round 4: May 11

Hult International Business School - Shanghai Campus - Full-Time MBA (China)

  • Round 1: October 24
  • Round 2: December 15
  • Round 3: February 6
  • Round 4: March 20
  • Round 5: May 8
  • Round 6: June 6

Korea University Business School (KUBS) - Full-Time MBA (Korea)

  • End of April. 2018 dates still to be posted.

Lingnan (University) College - Full-Time MBA (China)

  • Deadline not yet announced

CUHK Business School - Full-Time MBA (Hong Kong)

  • Round 1: November 15
  • Round 2: January 15
  • Round 3: March 31

Antai College of Economics & Management, Shanghai JiaoTong University - Full-Time MBA (China)

  • Round 1: November 24
  • Round 2: March 2
  • Round 3: April 27
  • Round 4: June 15

University of Malaya - Full-Time MBA (Malaysia)

  • MBA applications open January to April.

SKK Graduate School of Business - Full-Time MBA (Korea)

  • Round 1 application deadline: November 30
  • Round 2: June 30

Fudan - MIT Sloan International MBA Program (China)

  • Round 1 application deadline: November 15
  • Round 2: January 15
  • Round 3: March 15
  • Round 4: April 30

Asian Institute of Management (AIM) - Full-Time MBA (Philippines)

  • Currently accepting MBA applications until enrolment on September 1, 2017.

Tsinghua School of Economics and Management - Full-Time MBA (China)

  • Round 1 application deadlines: November 15
  • Round 2: December 27
  • Round 3: February 28
  • Round 4: April 4
  • Round 5: May 16

City University of Hong Kong - Full-Time MBA (Hong Kong)

  • MBA application deadlines not yet announced

Image: Singapore Skyline by someformofhuman CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

]]> Mon, 09 Oct 2017 00:00:00 +0200
<![CDATA[Forbes Updates MBA Rankings for 2017]]> Forbes has released the 2017 edition of its Biennial MBA rankings.

The publication divides its MBA rankings into three lists: top US programs; top one-year, non-US programs, and top two-year, non-US programs.

For the ranking of US-based MBA programs, Wharton leads the list, taking the top spot from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, which drops to number two. Wharton's lead was buoyed by its MBAs' strong salaries: for its class of 2012, graduates' 5-year salary gain was $97,100. 

Harvard Business School takes spot number three, and Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management and Dartmouth College's Tuck School of Business round out the top-five, in that order.

In terms of the top one-year international MBA programs, Switzerland's IMD Business School leads the list. The five-year salary gain for its MBA class of 2012 was $194,700. Insead ranks second in this ranking, and is followed by Spain's IE Business School. The University of Cambridge's Judge Business School and Italy's SDA Bocconi round out the top five international one-year MBA programs.

For two-year international MBA programs, London Business School's MBA leads the list, for the fifth time in a row. Its MBA class of 2012 currently makes about $212,000 in total compensation today. Spain's IESE Business School takes the second position, also for the fifth time in a row. CEIBS' MBA program took the third position, while HEC Paris and ESADE Business School round out the top-five non-US two-year MBA programs.

To rank these MBA programs, Forbes looked at salary data from each school's class of 2012, among other factors. For this ranking, the publication surveyed more than 100 schools and surveyed 17,500 alumni. The heard back from about 25 percent of the surveyed alumni.

Read FIND MBA's recent article: MBA Rankings: What You Need to Know

You can also see more rankings on FIND MBA's MBA Rankings page.

Image: Wharton's Huntsman Hall / Public Domain

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<![CDATA[Sonoma State University Announces Hybrid Executive MBA in Wine Business]]> The university known as a premier institution for studying the US wine business has added another wine industry program to its offering.

Sonoma State University already offers an MBA and an Executive MBA in Wine Business. But from Fall 2018 a Hybrid MBA in Wine Business will be added, allowing students to study at least partially online from home.

Hybrid MBA programs that mix online and in-class learning are becoming increasingly common as schools work to attract professionals who are unable to undertake full-time on-campus study due to work or family commitments.

On the Hybrid MBA in Wine Business, students will study three-month modules online, and then head on to campus for four 10-day residential modules in between.

Study topics include wine value chain strategies and management, brand management, and investments, mergers, and acquisitions. Students will also complete an individual integrative change project.

Image: Vineyard on Sonoma Mountain by Anlace CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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<![CDATA[Five Top Business Schools, Including Yale and HEC Paris, to Offer a Portfolio of Double Business Degrees]]> Five international business schools have collaborated to launch a portfolio of double degrees.

The M2M program gives recent university graduates the opportunity to complete two master’s degrees: they attend two top business schools in two different countries over two years.

The participating business schools are:

  • FGV Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo
  • HEC Paris
  • Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Business School (HKUST)
  • Sauder School of Business University of British Columbia
  • Yale School of Management (Yale SOM)

For example, students on the HEC-Yale program will earn a Master in Management from HEC Paris, and then spend a second year at Yale School of Management studying towards the Master of Management Studies (MMS) in Global Business and Society.

The M2M initiative is designed to equip future business leaders with global experience.

Successful students will graduate with two master’s degrees, one from each school they attended. Graduates will be alumni of both schools and will have access to the schools’ career resources.

Applications are now open for six M2M double degrees.

For more information, see the school's websites.

Image: Paris by Night by Benh Lieu Song CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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<![CDATA[CUHK Receives AMBA Accreditation]]> The Chinese University of Hong Kong —CUHK—Business School has received AMBA accreditation, according to the AMBA website.

The school has become the second in Hong Kong with AMBA accreditation. The other AMBA-accredited business school in Hong Kong offering MBA programs is Hong Kong Baptist University.

CUHK previously only had AACSB accreditation. To have the Triple Crown, it would need to receive EQUIS accreditation.

The school offers a number of MBA programs, including a Full-Time MBA that's ranked in the Financial Times. Also on offer are various part-time MBA options and Executive MBA programs.

Read here about why MBA accreditation is important.

See a list of AMBA-accredited business schools here.

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<![CDATA[George State University Opens New FinTech Lab, Available to MBA Students]]> George State University's Robinson College of Business is home to a brand new FinTech lab which will shortly be used to teach student about the burgeoning FinTech industry.

Open to MBA students, the FinTech lab will arm student with the tools to analyze big data, and work with finance, risk management, and blockchain technology.

The first course to be taught in the lab in Spring 2018, a masters-level FinTech course, will be open to MBA students.

As technology-fueled innovations are rippling through the financial sector, business schools are increasingly integrating FinTech curriculum into their MBA programs. 

Find out more on the school's website.

Image: Atlanta skyline by Chuck Koehler CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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<![CDATA[NYU - Stern to Offer Executive MBA in Washington, DC]]> New York University Stern School of Business will begin offering its Executive MBA program in Washington DC in 2018, according to the school.

In the EMBA program, classes will meet one weekend a month, which means that students from the surrounding area would be able to travel in for classes. The program takes just under two years to complete.

Two specialty tracks will be available as part of the EMBA: Finance & Analytics and Strategy & Leadership. The program will also include a Global Study Tour, which is a week-long residency in a country outside of the US.

Stern's new Washington DC EMBA is poised to compete directly with Georgetown University's Financial Times-ranked Executive MBA program, which is delivered on Fridays and Saturdays of of alternating weeks.

For more information, please see Stern's Washington DC Executive MBA course webpage.


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<![CDATA[ to Host MBA Info Days in Vienna and Frankfurt]]> The website has announced that it will be hosting MBA info days in Frankfurt and Vienna in October.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from business schools like Cambridge Judge Business School, CEIBS, HEC Paris, IE Business School, IESE Business School, INSEAD, London Business School, SDA Bocconi, and St. Gallen.

The Vienna fair will be held on October 14, and the Frankfurt fair will be held on October 21.

The events will include one-on-one sessions with business schools and time for networking. Also scheduled are presentations on MBA programs, financing, applying, and the GMAT. Event participants will have the opportunity to receive MBA scholarships from a pool of 500,000 EUR.

The events are free of charge. For further information and to register for the fairs, please visit the event webpages.

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<![CDATA[Application Deadlines for MBA programs in Europe beginning Fall 2018]]> Business schools in Europe have already begun announcing their deadlines for applying to MBA programs that will begin in Fall 2018.

Below is a list of upcoming deadlines for the top full-time MBA programs in Europe, based on the schools most viewed on Find MBA. For deadlines for MBA programs in the UK and Ireland, see this story.

Many schools offer staggered deadlines, with the earlier rounds generally giving the best chance of scholarships, as more money is still available.

'Rolling admissions' mean that applications are processed as they are received. In this case, admissions close whenever the program becomes, full so it still pays to get in early.

As always, please double-check the dates on a program's website.

HEC Paris - Full-Time MBA (France) - September Intake

  • • September 15
  • • October 15
  • • November 15
  • • January 1
  • • February 1
  • • March 1
  • • April 1
  • • May 1
  • • June 1
  • • July 1

ESMT Business School - Full-Time MBA (Germany)

  • • Program begins in January, deadlines run April-November

IE Business School - International MBA (Spain)

  • • Admissions on a rolling basis

Copenhagen Business School - Full-Time MBA (Denmark)

  • • Round 1: January 15
  • • Round 2: April 15
  • • Round 3: September 1

WHU - Otto Beisheim - Full-Time MBA (Germany)

  • • Deadline: April 30

The Lisbon MBA (Portugal)

  • • Round 1: June 30 (apply by this date if you are applying for a scholarship)
  • • Round 2: September 13

ESADE Business School - Full-Time MBA (Spain)

  • • Round 1: October 3
  • • Round 2: November 28
  • • Round 3: January 16
  • • Round 4: February 13
  • • Round 5: March 6
  • • Round 6: April 10
  • • Round 7: May 22
  • • Round 8: June 12 (EU residents only)

ESSEC Business School - Global MBA (France)

  • • Round 1: October 13
  • • Round 2: December 21
  • • Round 3: February 23
  • • Round 4: April 6

St. Gallen Business School - Full-Time MBA (Switzerland)

  • • Round 1: October 1
  • • Round 2: December 1
  • • Round 3: February 1
  • • Round 4: April 1
  • • Round 5: June 1
  • • Round 6: August 15

University of Pisa - Full-Time MBA - (Italy)

  • • Rolling deadlines

Grenoble Graduate School of Management - Full-Time (France)

  • • Rolling deadlines

INSEAD - Full-Time MBA - Paris Campus (France) - September Intake

  • • Round 1: September 21
  • • Round 2: November 30
  • • Round 3: January 25
  • • Round 4: March 1

Mannheim Business School - Full-Time MBA (Germany)

  • • Early bird deadline: November 30
  • • Second early bird deadline: March 31
  • • Then rolling admissions until September when the program begins

MIB School of Management (Italy)

  • • EU citizens: August 31
  • • Non-EU citizens: August 15

MIP School of Management (Italy)

  • • "Application deadlines may vary from year to year, but they are usually: August of the year prior to the MBA start date and the final deadline is July 15th of the same year."

Amsterdam Business School - Full-Time MBA (the Netherlands)

  • • Final deadline: June 30

Hochschule Esslingen (Germany)

  • • Applications open from October 15 to May 31

HHL Leipzig - Full-Time (Germany)

  • • Round 1: January 31 (early-bird rate applies)
  • • Round 2: May 30 (non-EU candidates)
  • • Round 3: June 30 (EU candidates and remaining non-EU candidates not requiring a German visa)

Business School Lausanne (Switzerland)

  • • Round 1: March 31
  • • Round 2: May 31
  • • Round 3: July 31
  • • Round 4 (pending availability): August 25

Frankfurt School of Finance & Management - Full-Time MBA (Germany)

  • • Early-bird (with tuition discount): November 30
  • • Early-bird (with smaller tuition discount): February 28
  • • Scholarship deadline: May 31
  • • Application deadline: July 31

CEU Business School - Full-Time MBA (Hungary)

  • • Early admission deadline: February 1
  • • General admission deadline: June 30

Bologna Business School (Italy)

  • • 2018 MBA application deadlines not yet announced

SDA Bocconi - Full-Time MBA (Italy)

  • • Round 1: September 12
  • • Round 2: December 12

Nyenrode Business School - Full-Time MBA (the Netherlands)

  • • Early bird deadline: April 1
  • • Round 2: June 1
  • • Final deadline: August 1

Tias School for Business and Society - Full-Time MBA (the Netherlands)

  • • Deadline: July 1

Hochschule Pforzheim (Germany)

  • • Applicants who need a visa: June 15
  • • Applicants from the EU or those who do not need a visa: July 31

IESE Business School - Full-Time MBA (Spain)

  • • Round 1: October17
  • • Round 2: January 9
  • • Round 3: March 6
  • • Round 4: April 24

Porto Business School - The Magellan MBA - Portugal

  • • Round 1: January 31
  • • Round 2: April 31
  • • Round 3: August 31

EMLyon - International MBA (France)

  • • Rolling application deadlines

Vlerick Business School - Full-Time International MBA (Belgium)

  • • Non-European citizens: June 30
  • • European citizens: August 30

Image: Tietgenkollegiet student housing in the Ørestad district of Copenhagen, Denmark. CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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<![CDATA[MBA Application Deadlines for UK & Ireland, Beginning Fall 2018]]> This fall some schools in the UK and Ireland already have their first deadlines for admission to full-time MBA programs beginning in fall 2018.

Here we present a list of upcoming deadlines for the top full-time MBA programs in the UK and Ireland, based on the schools most viewed on Find MBA.

Many schools offer staggered deadlines, with the earlier rounds generally giving the best chance of scholarships, as more money is still available.

Meanwhile, other schools offer rolling admissions, where applications are processed as they are received. In this case, admissions close whenever the program becomes full so it still pays to get in early.

As always, please double-check the dates on a program's website.

London Business School (LBS)

  • • Round 1: September 15
  • • Round 2: January 3
  • • Round 3: March 2
  • • Round 4: April 20

University of Oxford - Saïd Business School

  • • Stage 1: September 9
  • • Stage 2: October 28
  • • Stage 3: January 6
  • • Stage 4: March 17
  • • Stage 5: May 5
  • • Stage 6: June 9

University of Cambridge - Judge Business School

  • • Round 1: September 8
  • • Round 2: October 27
  • • Round 3: January 5
  • • Round 4: March 9
  • • Round 5: May 4

Warwick Business School

  • • Round 1: October 25
  • • Round 2: December 5
  • • Round 3: February 6
  • • Round 4: March 13
  • • Round 5 (international): May 29
  • • Round 6: July 31

Manchester Business School

  • • Final deadline for international non-European Union applicants: June 4
  • • Final deadline for UK and European Union applicants: July 2

Cass Business School

  • • Rolling admissions (school recommends applying at least four months before the start of the course)

Hult International Business School (London Campus)

  • • Round 1: October 24
  • • Round 2: December 11
  • • Round 3: February 6
  • • Round 4: March 20
  • • Round 5: May 8
  • • Round 6: June 6

Birmingham Business School

  • • No closing dates for MBA applications

Henley Business School

  • • Final deadline for MBA program: June 30

Durham University Business School

  • • Final deadline: 31 July 2017

University of Edinburgh Business School

  • • Recommended deadline for international applicants: January 15
  • • Final deadline: June 30

Imperial College Business School

  • • Round 1: September 29
  • • Round 2: November 10
  • • Round 3: January 26
  • • Round 4: March 16
  • • Round 5: May 4
  • • Round 6: June 22

University of Bath - School of Management

  • • International applicants: June 1
  • • UK/EU applicants: August 1

Bradford University School of Management

  • • Rolling admissions 

University of Westminster - Westminster Business School

  • • Rolling deadlines, but they recommend applying at least 3 months before the course begins in September 2018

University of Dublin - Trinity College 

  • • Deadline: June 30

Image: The Long Room of the Old Library at Trinity College Dublin by Diliff CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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<![CDATA[The Financial Times Releases Masters in Management Ranking for 2017]]> The Financial Times has updated its Masters in Management Ranking for 2017.

In the new ranking, the publication has updated its methodology. The ranking now accounts for the change in salary between alumni's first jobs and their salaries three years later. 

Overall, with the new criteria, some UK schools made strong gains. The MSc in Management from London's Cass Business School, for instance, jumped 20 spots from 38 last year to 18 in the new ranking. Henley Business School gained 26 spots, from 89 to 63. Warwick Business School's MSc in Management jumped 15 spots, from 36 to 21; Imperial College Business School's MSc in Management rose six spots, from 20 to 14.

The new methodology has also caused some French schools to drop in the ranking. IESEG's MSc in Management, for example, dropped from 17 to 31 this year. Similarly, Grenoble Ecole de Management's Master in International Business, lost 20 positions to land at spot number 33.

The top spot in the ranking, however, belongs once again to the MA in Strategy and International Management from the University of St. Gallen; that program has held onto the top position for seven years in a row. The FT found that grads of that St. Gallen program have salaries of just over $114,000, on average, compared to $102,00 in last year's ranking.

HEC Paris' MSc in Management is once again in second place. IE Business School's Master in Management has jumped four spaces to round out the top-three. London Business School's Masters in Management program rose two places to take spot number four; ESSEC Business School, which was ranked number three last year, rounds out the top five in this year's ranking.


See below for the top 25 schools in the FT's Masters in Management Ranking 2017, as well as their changes from last year.

The FT's Masters in Management Ranking 2017

2017 Rank School Program 2016 Rank Change
1 St. Gallen MA in Strategy and International Management 1 no change
2 HEC Paris HEC MSc in Management 2 no change
3 IE Business School Master in Management 3 +4
4 London Business School Masters in Management 6 +2
5 ESSEC Business School MSc in Management 3 -2
6 ESCP Europe ESCP Europe Master in Management 4 -2
7 WHU Beisheim MSc in Management 9 +2
8 ESADE Business School MSc in International Management 9 +1
9 CEMS Master in International Management unranked -
10 SDA Bocconi MSc in International Management 11 +1
11 Rotterdam School of Management MSc in International Management 5 -6
12 Mannheim Business School Mannheim Master in Management 14 +2
13 WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business) Master in International Management 8 -5
14 Imperial College Business School MSc in Management 20 +6
15 University College Dublin: Smurfit MSc in International Management 22 +7
16 EDHEC Business School Master in Management 15 -1
17 Nova School of Business and Economics International Master in Management 17 no change
18 City University: Cass MSc in Management 38 +20
19 HEC Lausanne MSc in Management 30 +11
20 HHL Leipzig MSc in Management 20 no change
21 (tie) IIMA Post Graduate Programme in Management 16 -5
21 (tie) Warwick Business School MSc in Management 36 +15
23 St Petersburg State University Graduate School of Management Master in Management 39 +16
24 Stockholm School of Economics MSc in International Business 28 +4
25 University of Sydney Business School Master of Management 44 +19

How the FT ranks Masters in Management programs

Masters in management programs are differ from MBA programs in that they attract students with less (or no) work experience.

To rank the programs, the FT collects data from two surveys: one from the business schools and the other from program graduates from three years ago. The various criteria that the publication looks at include alumni salary, placement success, The criteria that are analyzed include post-MSc salary, international mobility, placement success, and more. As noted above, in this year's MiM Ranking, the FT also looks at the change between alumni's salary immediately after graduation, and three years out.

To take part in the ranking, a business school has to be accredited by AACSB or EQUIS. The ranking only includes general Masters in Management programs; it does not include specialist programs like Masters in Account, Master in Supply Chain Management, etc.

Previous FT Masters in Management rankings

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<![CDATA[CEIBS to Launch New Hospitality EMBA Program]]> China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) and École hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL) have announced plans to launch a new Executive MBA program in Hospitality.

The new EMBA is set to launch in May 2018. Classes will be delivered in Lausanne, Zurich, Shanghai, and other locations.

According to a news release, "The development of graduate-level Hospitality Management programs in China comes at a timely phase of the Asian hospitality industry, which is set to grow well above the global average for the coming decade."

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CEIBS also runs a joint MBA / Master of Hospitality with Cornell University's School of Hotel Administration.

CEIBS has had a presence in Switzerland since late 2015, when it acquired the Zurich-based Lorange Institute.

For more information, please see the CEIBS news release announcing the launch of the new EMBA program in Hospitality.

Photo: "Raffles Beijing Hotel in Beijing, China," Harry Lawford / Creative Commons (cropped)

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<![CDATA[QS Announces MBA World Tour Events in Europe]]> This fall, the QS World MBA Tour is putting on a series of events in Europe, which allow prospective MBA students to meet with business schools from all over the world. 

At the events, prospective applicants can meet with representatives from a number of business schools, including Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, London Business School, IE Business School, HEC Paris, and more. See a list of business schools attending the events below.

There will also be seminars and workshops that prospective MBA applicants can use to improve their applications. Attendees will also be able to apply for up to $1.7 million worth of MBA scholarships.

In October, the TopMBA events will take place in Paris, London, Madrid, Warsaw, and Frankfurt. See a complete list of dates and locations below.

Register for one of the events here.

The following TopMBA events have been confirmed:

  • Copenhagen: October 2
  • Oslo: October 4
  • Stockholm: October 5
  • Paris: October 7
  • Istanbul: October 7
  • Tel Aviv: October 9
  • Madrid: October 10
  • London: October 14
  • Dublin: October 16
  • Milan: October 17
  • Zurich: October 19
  • Moscow: October 21
  • Warsaw: October 25
  • Munich: October 26
  • Frankfurt: October 28

These business schools will be attending one or more of the MBA events:

  • Arizona State University - WP Carey School of Business
  • Carnegie Mellon, Tepper School of Business
  • Cornell University, Johnson School of Management
  • Dartmouth College, Tuck School of Business
  • Johns Hopkins University, Carey Business School
  • Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
  • McCombs School of Business University of Texas at Austin
  • Metropolitan College of New York
  • Rice University - Jones Graduate School of Business
  • Schiller International University
  • Thunderbird School of Global Management, Arizona State University
  • University of Maryland, Smith School of Business
  • University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business
  • Alliance Manchester Business School
  • Cass Business School, City University of London
  • Durham University Business School
  • Durham-EBS Executive MBA
  • Henley Business School
  • Imperial College Business School
  • London Business School
  • Loughborough University Business School
  • Newcastle University Business School
  • Oxford Brookes University Business School
  • Said Business School, University of Oxford
  • Strathclyde Business School
  • Surrey Business School
  • The London School of Economics and Political Science LSE
  • University of Edinburgh Business School Scotland
  • University of Leicester, School of Management
  • University of Liverpool Management School
  • University of London
  • Warwick Business School
  • Westminster Business School
  • Institute of Management Technology-Dubai
  • National Chengchi University (Taiwan)
  • Business School Lausanne - BSL
  • Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
  • EU Business School
  • University of Zurich (Executive MBA)
  • HEC Lausanne | UNIL
  • SBS Swiss Business School
  • St Gallen Executive MBA HSG in Business Engineering
  • University of St. Gallen
  • ESADE Business School
  • IE Business School
  • IESE Business School
  • NUS Business School
  • Singapore Management University (SMU)
  • Amsterdam Business School
  • ECSP Europe
  • Hult International Business School
  • MIP Politecnico di Milano
  • Indian School of Business
  • Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)
  • HKUST Business School
  • Cologne-Rotterdam Executive MBA
  • Darmstadt Business School
  • ESMT Berlin
  • Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
  • Goethe Business School
  • HHL Leipzig
  • Henley Business School
  • Mannheim Business School
  • Munich Business School
  • Professional School of Business & Technology - Kempten University
  • TUM school of management
  • WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management
  • CELSA University Paris - Sorbonne
  • ESSEC Executive Education
  • Ecole des Ponts Business School
  • Emlyon Business School
  • HEC Paris Executive MBA
  • IAE Paris - Sorbonne Graduate Business School
  • IÉSEG School of Management
  • Neoma Business School
  • Copenhagen Business School
  • Business School, Renmin University of China
  • Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB)
  • China Europe International Business School (CEIBS)
  • Newhuadu Business School
  • HEC Montréal
  • McGill University-Desautels Faculty of Management
  • Queen's University, Smith School of Business
  • University of Alberta
  • University of Toronto, Rotman
  • Monash University, Monash Business School
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<![CDATA[Toronto's Rotman School of Management Launches Executive MBA in Healthcare]]> The University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management has announced plans to launch a new Executive MBA program in Healthcare & the Life Sciences.

The new EMBA is specifically designed for professionals working in the healthcare and life sciences sectors. 

It will include five modules. Three of the modules will be delivered in Toronto, one in the San Francisco Bay Area, and one in Singapore. The modules will be spread out over the course of 18 months. The first residency is two weeks long and the rest are one week long each.

The curriculum of the EMBA program will cover a variety of topics, with courses such as "Financial Tools for Healthcare & Life Sciences," "Health Sector Strategy & Organization," and "Information Technology & Digital Health Innovations," among others.

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The Rotman School currently offers a major in Health Sector Management for students in the School’s Full-Time, Morning and Evening MBA programs.

To apply for Rotman's new EMBA in Healthcare & the Life Sciences, applicants should have a minimum of eight years of work experience plus relevant knowledge of healthcare and life sciences organizations.

The new EMBA is set to launch in fall 2018.

For more information, please see Rotman's EMBA in Healthcare & the Life Sciences course webpage.

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<![CDATA[Florida State University Rolls Out New Master in Business Analytics]]> Florida State University College of Business has announced a new business master in analytics, designed to ready students for managing and leveraging big data.

The one-year Master of Science in Business Analytics (MS-BA) will teach students the quantitative and technical skills needed to make the best use of big data opportunities.

The college is recruiting recent undergraduates from STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and math) as well as from business.

The first admitted class will begin in May 2018. Applications for the inaugural class are open now, with an application deadline of March 1.

Image: Tallahassee Skyline by Urban Tallahassee CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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<![CDATA[University of Oxford Saïd Business School Launches FinTech Program]]> University of Oxford Saïd Business School is launching a new 10-week program focused on the changing financial services industry.

The Oxford FinTech Program will be an experiential course that will allow students to explore and understand modern disruptions to the financial services sector, including Artificial Intelligence (AI), blockchain, crowdfunding and digital banking.

The digital program has open enrolment and will be run by two FinTech experts: Nir Vulkan, Associate Professor of Business Economics at Oxford Saïd and David Shrier, business author and CEO of Distilled Analytics.

The program will begin on October 9 and run for 10 weeks.

For more information, see the program website.

Image: University of Oxford by Diliff CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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