MBA ranking 2013 of the Financial Times is available!
The classification of type formations Financial Times MBA for 2013 is available. Ranking of reference for business schools nationally and internationally, it highlights all training programs in the fields of Management and Administration.
The MBA is a degree in these fields, to obtain all the necessary skills to perform an excellent career. The rankings are particularly important for this type of training because companies refer to them directly during recruitment. They must represent the selectivity of an institution, and the excellence of the training.
It is acknowledged informally that only Top MBA, the most recognized programs for each country can move forward consistently in his career and ensure easier positions. The MBA does not appear in the national and international rankings, however, have a lower value on the job market, even if the best students get excellent results and will seize the career opportunities available to them .
What changes for version 2013 ranking of MBA?
MBA ranking 2013 brings some rather interesting changes can be a precursor of the future leaders of global education. There are no less than 48 “Business Schools” U.S., who share so almost half of the rankings. The trio is also American, led the “Harvard Business School”, then “Stanford Graduate School of Business”, and “University of Pennsylvania Wharton.”
Only three French business schools make their appearance in the ranking in which they have never really shined. We thus find in order: “INSEAD”, “HEC Paris” and “EM LYON.” It is surprising the lack of schools as ESSEC or ESCP Europe can be explained by the methodology of classification.
The first school ranking non-US English. ‘s “London Business School” continues to monopolize the top spots for many years now, and seem to hold out against the competition with a significant increase in salaries of its graduates outgoing .
What major changes to note for MBA programs?
Two phenomena to our attention from reading the rankings. The first is the substantial increase in wages for Chinese students and international joining an MBA in institutions in China. Wage levels are now very close to the best American MBA and already above the majority of European training. This increase can be substantial because of the growing market and the continuing search for managers with high level of responsibility.
The second phenomenon is the arrival of four Chinese MBA programs at different positions. Interestingly, insofar as one of the criteria to appear in the rankings is to offer an MBA for at least 4 years. With the proliferation of MBA programs in China in recent years, we can expect to see happen many Chinese courses in the ranking of MBA for years to come!