QS has released its rankings of top 200 business schools in the world, based on the perceptions of business academics and MBA employers.
The QS Global Top 200 Business School Rankings 2014 were published this week, and also highlight the best business schools in North America and Europe.
The rankings show that in the Asia-Pacific region, where there are 45 business schools in total, it is Singapore and Hong Kong that dominate the top ten table, with INSEAD Singapore and the National University of Singapore’s NUS Business School taking the first and second spot respectively.
INSEAD’s reputation “exceeds that of all other business schools in the region several times over” and has “an academic reputation among the very best in the world”, according to QS.
The third and fourth spots were taken by the HKUST Business School and the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Hong Kong, whilst “India loses three of its four top ten spots, including those held by prestigious IIMs in Bangalore and Calcutta as well as the Indian School of Business.”
The top ten list in full is as follows:
1 INSEAD (Singapore)
2 NUS Business School, National University of Singapore (Singapore)
3 The HKUST Business School (Hong Kong)
4 Faculty of Business and Economics, The University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
5 Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)
6 Beijing International MBA Programs-BiMBA, Peking University (China)
7 Melbourne Business School, The University of Melbourne (Australia)
8 Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (India)
9 AGSM MBA Programs, University of New South Wales (Australia)
10 Graduate School of Business, Seoul National University (South Korea)
To see the top business schools in North America click here.
To see the top business schools in Europe click here.
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