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Check Out The Best MBA Programs For Women, 2018 Ranking

Shanghai JiaoTong University’s Antai College of Economics & Management came in at No. 1 globally on the FT’s ranking of the best MBA programs for women in 2018. The top-ranked MBA programs for women ranking tells us at which business schools women perform the best, and where there seems to be a gap between the outcomes of male and female MBA graduates.

The MBA Program offered by the Stanford Graduate School of Business has been ranked first in the United States, and second in the world, followed by the Walter A. Haas School of Business at the University of California, Washington University’s Olin Business School, and Harvard Business School.

The top-ten in this year’s ranking is rounded out by the MBA from Faculty of Business and Economics University of Hong Kong (HKU), Amos Tuck School of Business Administration of Dartmouth College, Renmin University of China School of Business, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and Singapore’s Nanyang Business School.

The Best MBA Programs For Women, 2018 Ranking:

RankBusiness SchoolCountrySalaryCEOWORLD RankFT Rank
1Shanghai Jiao Tong University: AntaiChina$122,170.006034
2Stanford Graduate School of BusinessUnited States$197,791.0091
3University of California at Berkeley: HaasUnited States$179,930.00610
4Washington University: OlinUnited States$121,949.005650
5Harvard Business SchoolUnited States$171,587.0035
6University of Hong KongHong Kong$126,078.003533
7Dartmouth College: TuckUnited States$155,205.002716
8Renmin University of China School of BusinessUnited States$83,991.00n/a36
9University of Pennsylvania: WhartonUnited States$172,489.0023
10Nanyang Business SchoolSingapore$115,810.004822
11Esade Business SchoolSpain$136,877.001420
12Northwestern University: KelloggUnited States$152,728.001512
13University of Washington: FosterUnited States$133,164.005348
14Iese Business SchoolSpain$136,360.00811
15Columbia Business SchoolUnited States$154,527.0077
16London Business SchoolUnited Kingdom$133,809.0054
17University of Virginia: DardenUnited States$139,715.003432
18New York University: SternUnited States$140,403.001323
19University of Cambridge: JudgeUnited Kingdom$137,325.002013
20University of Southern California: MarshallUnited States$134,243.005759
21University of Rochester: SimonUnited States$128,384.00n/a83
22University of Michigan: RossUnited States$133,466.002326
23InseadFrance$150,868.0012
24Copenhagen Business SchoolDenmark$103,756.00n/a100
25SDA BocconiItaly$118,431.002629
26Indian School of BusinessIndia$131,995.00n/a28
27University of Chicago: BoothUnited States$139,514.00186
28Essec Business SchoolFrance$94,258.00n/a96
29University of North Carolina: Kenan-FlaglerUnited States$129,192.003137
30Cornell University: JohnsonUnited States$141,832.002217
31UCLA: AndersonUnited States$143,194.002425
32HKUST Business SchoolHong Kong$147,643.001714
33Yale School of ManagementUnited States$128,094.001015
34Indiana University: KelleyUnited States$118,175.006257
35Durham University Business SchoolUnited Kingdom$86,375.007664
36Alliance Manchester Business SchoolUnited Kingdom$101,560.002936
37MIT: SloanUnited States$149,844.0049
38HEC ParisFrance$121,395.001621
39City University: CassUnited Kingdom$112,147.004346
40Edhec Business SchoolFrance$79,217.00n/a75
41Singapore Management University: Lee Kong ChianSingapore106,48n/a49
42Duke University: FuquaUnited States$134,442.002819
43Rice University: JonesUnited States$109,430.004245
44University of Oxford: SaidUnited Kingdom$104,308.002527
45Georgetown University: McDonoughUnited States$126,929.003930
46Vanderbilt University: OwenUnited States$118,087.006173
47IMDSwitzerland$134,090.001924
48University of Toronto: RotmanCanada$91,409.005486
49Imperial College Business SchoolUnited Kingdom$91,321.004651
50Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus UniversityNetherlands$91,762.003237

But despite generous scholarships and campaigns to encourage women to apply, women are a minority on top business school courses. Here’s a list of full-time MBA scholarships for women only, offered by some top-ranked business schools for the 2018 intake starting from July (listed in no particular order).

Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj

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CEO and editorial director at CEOWORLD Magazine
Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj is the CEO and editorial director at CEOWORLD magazine, the leading global business magazine written strictly for CEOs, CFOs, top managers, company directors, investors, senior executives, business leaders, high net worth individuals, and the most globally powerful men and women.
Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj

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