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Financial Times MBA Ranking Includes 6 London Metro Schools

The Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2016 puts two London metro schools in the top 10.

London Business School comes in at No. 3 in the new ranking. This is the school’s third consecutive year in the top three, according to a press release.

Judge Business School-University of Cambridge jumped three spots over its 2015 ranking to claim the No. 10 spot this year. In a press release, the school also noted that it was the UK’s top-ranked one-year MBA program for the fourth consecutive year.

London metro schools were well represented on the rest of the list as well:

No. 28: Saïd Business School – University of Oxford

No. 35: Imperial College Business School – Imperial College London

No. 37: Cass Business School – City University, London

No. 57: Cranfield School of Management

The overall No. 1 in the rankings is Insead, with campuses in France and Singapore. In addition to Insead and London Business School, the other schools in the top 5 were Harvard Business School, The Wharton School-University of Pennsylvania and Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

For the ranking, the Financial Times looked at 157 accredited MBA programs around the world that are at least 4 years old. The schools are ranked based on alumni salaries three years after graduation; increase in income for alumni; career success for alumni; alumni recommendations; value for money; diversity of staff, students and board members, the MBA’s international reach; number of faculty doctorates; number of PhD graduates in the past three years; and faculty research and publications.

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Sarah Beckham

Sarah is a staff writer, covering London-area MBA news for MetroMBA.

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