the Financial Times MBA ranking: the world’s best MBA programmes of 2018

Posted on 01/02/2018

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Every year, the Financial Times publishes a list of the world’s best MBA programmes. This ranking is based on different data such as average salaries, the average increase of wages and employability after graduation amongst others.

Based on this criteria, the Financial Times has released the FT’s Global MBA ranking for 2018 where students can find the top 100 business schools in the world to do an MBA.

If you are thinking of enrolling on an MBA, these kinds of rankings can help you decide and convince you to choose a school based on the quality of education you will receive at any of those given schools. In the FT’s ranking, you can not only see the position of each school for 2018, but you will be able to see the position of each school in the past three years, which can give you an idea of the implication and evolution of the institution.

As you might know, EDUopinions gathers first-hand university experiences from students around the world. We have some reviews from schools that appear in the 2018 FT’s Global MBA ranking and we think you will like to know about them.

Here are real students opinions from some of the 100 best business schools in the world to study an MBA based on the FT’s Global MBA ranking of 2018:

 

IESE Business School, Spain,  11th place

 

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Esade Business School, Spain, 20th place

 

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University of Hong Kong, China, 33rd place

 

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Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Netherlands, 37th place

 

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University of Edinburgh Business School, UK, 73rd place

 

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University College Dublin: Smurfit, Ireland, 94th place

 

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Essec Business School, France,  96th place

 

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Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, 100th place

 

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At EDUopinions we hope this article about the newest  FT’s Global MBA ranking for 2018 will become a helpful go-to article, and if you have studied at any of these institutions we invite you to share your experiences to help future students find the best school for them.

Written by
Irene Gallardo
Wanderlust at heart, Irene loves to discover new places and meet new people. She writes about lifestyle, travel tips and blogging. At EDUopinions Irene creates compelling content for college students and works as the Community Manager. When she is not working or writing, you can find her reading a good book with a hot cup of tea or exploring new places to try Matcha tea and gluten free pastries.