Let’s see how our favorite global MBA programs fared in the 2015 Financial Times rankings.
(See the full chart on the FT site here.)
Last year, there were some very dramatic leaps and falls. This year there are fewer. Here are some highlights:
• UC Berkeley Haas is the only newcomer to the top 10, jumping just a single place from 11th to 10th.
• The big jumps occur further down in the rankings: Imperial College Business School (UK), jumped 8 places from 42nd place last year to 34th place this year; The Lisbon MBA jumped from 50th last year to 36th this year; Purdue Krannert (US) jumped 9 places from 57th to 48th; Lancaster University Management School (UK) jumped 16 places from 66th to 50th; Washington Foster (US) jumped from 62nd to 51st; and the University of Cape Town GSB (South Africa) jumped from 62nd to 52nd place.
• The biggest losers this year include Emory Goizueta (US) which dropped from 50th place to 59th; Indiana Kelley (54th to 62nd); Illinois Urbana-Champaign (53rd to 71st); and Washington Olin (63rd to 72nd).
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