The FT has revealed the most internationally diverse business schools in the world as part of its 2015 MBA rankings.
And it turns out that the 15 MBA courses with the most international student are all in Europe.
Tias Business School in the Netherlands has the most international students in its MBA class, according to the ranking.
In fact, 100% of the school’s MBA class is from overseas.
Other schools with diverse nationalities making up their classes include Rotterdam School of Management at Erasmus University, also in the Netherlands, and Oxford University’s Said Business School.
These two institutions tie to be the second most diverse in terms of their student population, both having a 97% international student intake.
The 15 business schools in the world that have the most international students are:
1 Tias Business School (The Netherlands) 100%
2 = Rotterdam School of Management at Erasmus University (The Netherlands) 97%
2= Oxford University, Said Business School (UK) 97%
3 = University of Strathclyde Business School (UK) 96%
3 = IMD (Switzerland) 96%
3 = Esade Business School (Spain) 96%
4 HEC Paris (France) 95%
5 = INSEAD (France and Singapore) 94%
5 = University of St. Gallen (Switzerland) 94%
6 = European School of Management Technology (Germany) 92%
6 = Lancaster University Management School (UK) 92%
6 = Manchester Business School (UK) 92%
7 = Birmingham Business School (UK) 91%
7 = London Business School (UK) 91%