Now Live: 2021 Global MBA Rankings

Career Climbers, MBA Blog / 15th June 2021

Despite it being a challenging 12 months for executive education, business schools and their students have, in the main, adapted well. Whilst the migration of on-campus programmes has been seamless for some, i.e., business schools with pre-pandemic ed-tech in place, the move has been more challenging for others, not just in terms of technology, but teaching and online facilitation. However, in spite of the steep learning curve and the rapid onboarding of new technologies, business schools and their students are now approaching something approximating ‘business as usual’, albeit version 2.0. 

This year CEO Magazine reached out to business schools across North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and the BRICS, and ranked data from 180 schools, offering 338 different programmes in 27 countries (89 online, 90 EMBA and 159 full-time and part-time MBA programmes). Given the current climate, and after liaising with our partners who regularly participate in our annual rankings, scores have been expressed as an average based upon data received over a four-year period (2017-2019/20).

For a complete breakdown of this year’s Global MBA Rankings by programme type and region, click here!

 

 

 

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