The Financial Times has revealed its top business schools in the world, and institutions in Europe are making significant gains in the rankings.
The UK in particular is doing well when compared to transatlantic competition, with London Business School (2), INSEAD (4) and IESE Business School (7) faring strongly within the top ten.
The University of Cambridge’s Judge Business School was ranked at number 13 in the world.
Also in the top 50 were Imperial College Business School (34), Cass Business School (45) and Lancaster University Management School (50.)
Value for money, good career progression for graduates, international experience and recommendations from alumni are reasons for European business schools’ successes, according to businessbecause.com
The findings show that the UK has the highest number of internationally performing business schools outside traditional MBA hotspot North America.
Other successful institutions included IE Business School (12) and ESADE (19), both in Spain, HEC Paris, in France (16), IMD in Switzerland (20) and SDA Bocconi in Italy (26).
The top ten best business schools in Europe are:
1. London Business School
3. IESE Business School
4. IE Business School
5. University of Cambridge, Judge
6. HEC Paris
7. Esade Business School
9. University of Oxford, Said
10. SDA Bocconi in Italy