Full-time MBA moves up fifteen places in ranking

15 places up. This is the result of CBS' Full-time MBA programme in this year's ranking in The Economist. The programme is no. 29 in Europe and no. 1 in the North.


- This ranking is one of the most important rankings in the world, and the increase shows that the programme is going in the right direction.  This year, the class was full in no time. Furthermore, we have the most experienced class measured by business experience, and we have more nationalities than ever before, says Admissions Manager Lee Milligan.

The participants come from 24 different countries and have the highest average in the Graduate Management Admission Test, which is focused around English and mathematics, and which must be taken and passed before the participants are enrolled.

Diversity of the participants is important

CBS' Full-time MBA is in the ranking for the second time. In 2010, it started as no. 98, while this year it is no. 83. Factors such as diversity among the participants and their salary after completion of the programme give CBS a very high score. However, there is plenty of room for improvement regarding communication of the alumni network.

113 universities are part of the survey, and this year, Dartmouth College - Tuck School of Business is no.1.

Read on the recently published ranking from the American Aspen Institute, which reports on the extent to which business schools successfully incorporate social and environmental considerations in management programmes.

CBS' full-time MBA programme is ranked as No. 8 in Europe. 


See the entire ranking at economist.com

The page was last edited by: Communications // 10/28/2011