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A Network of Elite Business Schools - The Economist Ranks Top 100 Full-Time MBAs

Posted By Nicole Zefran, Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Nicole ZefranThe Economist recently published a list ranking the top 100 full-time MBA's. Out of the top 26 business schools, 15 of them are GBSN members. This further exemplifies that our network is made up of the most elite international business schools. 

 
GBSN member schools are the core of our network model, providing expertise and support for GBSN to fulfill our mission. They are recognized as leaders in management education for the developing world. GBSN membership provides the opportunity to enhance global impact and international connections.

Below are the top 26 out of the 100 top-ranked schools:

  1. University of Chicago Booth School of Business
  2. Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth 
  3. Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley
  4. Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia
  5. IESE Business School, University of Navarra
  6. Harvard Business School
  7. New York University - Leonard N Stern School of Business
  8. HEC School of Management, Paris
  9. Stanford Graduate School of Business
  10. Columbia Business School
  11. London Business School 
  12. MIT Sloan School of Management
  13. International Institute for Management Development (IMD)
  14. University of Queensland Business School
  15. University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business
  16. ESADE Business School 
  17. Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University
  18. UCLA Anderson School of Management
  19. Emory University, Goizueta Business School
  20. University of Bath School of Management
  21. Carnegie Melon University, The Tepper School of Business
  22. York University, Schulich School of Business
  23. Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
  24. University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Business and Economics
  25. Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
  26. INSEAD

The list continues down to 100, with GBSN member schools continuing to be present throughout. Out of the total 100 top-ranked MBAs, 25 of the schools are GBSN members. 

Through our network, we foster connections between top international business schools and developing world educators, GBSN helps schools and faculty at different stages of development learn from one another. This dynamic network catalyzes new ideas, cultivates partnerships and disseminates knowledge around the globe.

>> Click here to view the list of GBSN Member Schools 

>> Click here to view the entire list of the 100 top-ranked full time MBAs

>> Click here for more information on membership

>> Questions? Contact Lisa Leander at info@gbsnonline.org or call +202.628.9040

 

Nicole Zefran is the Network Assistant at the Global Business School Network.

Tags:  business education  business schools  developing world  global presence  international development  internationalization  MBAs  rankings  The Economist 

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