Top 10 MBA Colleges / B-Schools in world

Are you looking for best or top 10 MBA colleges or B-Schools for you? Then you are on right place. Check bellow top 10 mba colleges and / b-schools in the world. These are one of best colleges for mba and b-shcools in the world.

Stanford Business School, US

Reigning this year’s ranking is Stanford jumping up from fourth position in 2018. The b-school is the most selective institution in the US, with more applicants per spot than any other business school in the country.


As Stanford is world-renowned for its tech-savvy alumni and as the starting point for many of the world’s biggest tech enterprises, it’s no surprise. According to our ranking criteria, the institution leads the world in entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes and comes in seventh for employability, and ninth for thought leadership.

Harvard Graduate School of Business, US

And the Harvard v Stanford rivalry continues. Unsurprisingly, Harvard Graduate School of Business is one of the highest-ranked business schools in the world this year.

Known universally as one of the world’s most elite universities, Harvard is also the originator of the MBA, running the first MBA course in 1908. For criteria-specific rankings, Harvard leads globally in employability and comes in at second place for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes. Despite falling lower than many of the top European schools in terms of diversity, the institution still ranks very highly.


The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania

Earning the bronze medal in this year’s ranking is The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. As it was founded in 1881, it’s one of the world’s oldest business schools and is part of the M7 – an elite group of US MBA programs. The institution ranked second for employability, second for thought leadership, and seventh for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes.

London Business School, UK

London Business School is once again the first UK institution in the top 10 for this year’s ranking. London is one of the world’s main financial capitals, with 100 percent of the world’s leading financial institutions represented in the city, and three quarters of the top 500 global companies using it as their base. It comes third for employability this year (the same as last year), eighth for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes, and eighth for thought leadership.
LBS offers a 21-month MBA program which costs US$92,718, however, salaries jump from US$70,903 to US$107,931 post-graduation.

MIT Sloan School of Management, US

SLOAN is one of the most selective business schools in the world, with alumni including the seventh UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan; Bill Ford, Chairman of the Ford Motor Company; and Cary Fiorina, the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard.


INSEAD was the first institution in Europe to offer an MBA and remains one of the world’s best locations for studying the course, and globally it’s ranked sixth. Not only that, it was also the first institution to offer a one-year MBA, as opposed to the standard two-year model in the US. Looking closely at INSEAD’s criteria, the b-school is 13th for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes, seventh for thought leadership, and 11th for employability.

HEC Paris

World-renowned French institution HEC Paris describes itself as being one of the most selective business schools in the world. It’s the second French institution on this list again this year. The famous institution is among the most selective of the grandes écoles, and for good reason. It lands in the top 10 for employability at ninth, and 11th for thought leadership.

 University of Chicago Booth School of Business, US

This year, Booth School of Business has made its way into the top 10, jumping up from 12th place in 2018. As part of the University of Chicago, Chicago Booth shares this world-renowned university’s core values. The b-school boasts itself as offering one of the most-flexible MBAs around. It ranks sixth globally for employability, sixth for thought leadership, and 14th for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes.

 IE Business School, Spain

In joint eighth position we have the prestigious institution IE Business School based in Spain, making it the fourth European institution in the top 10. It’s a highly diverse school, coming second globally for diversity, the only school in this list to rank in the top 10 for this criterion. The institution also came second for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes (up from sixth last year) and 15th for employability.

 Columbia Business School, US

As the only Ivy League business school based in New York, Columbia has a significant competitive edge on other schools in the US. As New York is known as the financial capital of the world, studying at Columbia offers unrivaled access in the city.

The institution landed our final spot in the top 10 this year. For employability, it ranks fifth, 14th for thought leadership, and 15th for entrepreneurship and alumni outcomes in the world.

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