Thursday, January 29, 2009

Top 10 US and Global B-School Ranking 2009 vs 2008 by FT

To add on from JK's posting, here is the summary of the top 10 US and Global MBAs, with 2008 ranking in parentheses.

Global Top 10 MBAs
1. University of Pennsylvania: Wharton (1)
1. London Business School (2)
3. Harvard Business School (5)
4. Columbia Business School (3)
5. Insead (6)
6. Stanford University GSB (4)
6. IE Business School (8)
8. CEIBS (11)
9. MIT: Sloan (7)
10. New York University: Stern (13)

US Top 10 MBAs
1. University of Pennsylvania: Wharton (1)
2. Harvard Business School (5)
3. Columbia Business School (3)
4. Stanford University GSB (4)
5. MIT: Sloan (7)
6. New York University: Stern (13)
7. University of Chicago: Booth (9)
8. Dartmouth College: Tuck (15)
9. Yale School of Management (16)
10. Northwestern University: Kellogg (24)

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Jimmy Low

Monday, January 26, 2009

Latest FT B-School Ranking

The Financial Times has released its latest B-School ranking and for 2009, it's great news for European and Asian schools. Notable mentions include LBS sharing the top spot with Wharton and an Asian school breaking into the top 10 for the very first time.

The FT rankings places greater weightage on salary (adjusted for purchasing power parity) and 'internationalism'.

Perhaps there is a slight anglo centric bias with FT?


p/s it'll be quite interesting to look at future rankings once the fall in pound, euro and the gradual rise in Asian currencies start affecting the survey results

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Thursday, January 22, 2009

GONG XI FA CAI from GMAT Malaysia!

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year ahead. Whatever your GMAT score or MBA
dream is, believe in yourself
and you can achieve it!


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Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Head-To-Head Analysis: Veritas Prep versus Manhattan GMAT

Head-To-Head Analysis: Veritas Prep versus Manhattan GMAT
For people looking at which GMAT courses to take, many seem to debate between Veritas Prep or Manhattan GMAT. Both programs seem to have great offerings on their websites and both contend that the only way to really decide which program has the advantage is to take both courses and decide for themselves.

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