INSEAD, the business school for the world, announced today that Bloomberg Businessweek, a leading international business magazine, has ranked INSEAD #1 in its ‘Best International Business Schools 2017’ rankings. INSEAD has attained the top spot for the first time by advancing one position from last year.
INSEAD was ranked number one out of 31 business schools offering full-time international MBA programmes due to its exceptional performance in surveys of recruiters, alumni, and students, as well as its recent graduates’ success at landing jobs and securing high starting wages.
This achievement highlights the quality of the INSEAD MBA programme, the global thought-leadership of its faculty and the success of its alumni and bears testimony to the school’s capability in offering its participants with an academic education of the highest standards for a truly transformational experience.
Best International Business Schools 2017 (Top 20)
|2017 Rank||School||2016 Rank|
|2||London Business School||1|
|13||Imperial College London||15|
|19||National University of Singapore||21|
Source: Bloomberg Businessweek
The latest recognition adds to the list of honours INSEAD has gathered, including being ranked by the Financial Times (FT) as the number one MBA programme in the world for two consecutive years in 2016 and 2017 and by QS as the top MBA programme in Asia and Europe and second globally in the first edition of the QS Global MBA Rankings 2018.
Bloomberg Businessweek's ranking is based on five components:
(1) Employer survey (35 percent of total score), in which more than 600 recruiters named the programs that best deliver the skills they seek in MBA hires
(2) Alumni survey (30 percent), in which nearly 10,000 alumni who graduated from 2009 to 2011 told us how their MBAs affected their careers, their compensation over time, and their job satisfaction
(3) Student survey (15 percent), in which 2017 graduates (9,461 responses) rated their programmes
(4) Job placement rate (10 percent), or how many MBAs seeking full-time jobs get them within three months of graduating;
(5) Starting salary (10 percent), or how much new MBAs make in their new jobs, adjusted for industry and regional variation.
Data from the 2016 ranking were added to the survey components to diversify feedback.
Click here to view the complete ranking with interactive tables.