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These Are The World’s 20 Best Business Schools For Studying An MBA In Finance, 2018

Stanford Graduate School of Business

For the 2nd year in a row, Stanford Graduate School of Business in the United States, is number one in the world for studying an MBA In finance, that’s according to the Financial Times (FT). A job in finance can set you up for a lucrative career!

US business schools dominate the top 10, with Stanford being judged as having the world’s best MBA in Finance. Graduates from Stanford earn on average $252,000. Meanwhile, the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, is now second in the global rankings. Wharton graduates earn on average $227,000.

Check out the 20 top business schools for a career on Wall Street.

The world’s 20 best business schools for studying an MBA in finance, 2018

20. Yale School of Management, United States
Salary: $180,000

19. Northwestern University: Kellogg, United States
Salary: $187,000

18. Cornell University: Johnson, United States
Salary: $169,000

17. Dartmouth College: Tuck, United States
Salary: $193,000

16. Iese Business School, Spain
Salary: $168,000

15. Shanghai Jiao Tong University: Antai, China
Salary: $141,000

14. HKUST Business School, China
Salary: $165,000

13. University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Salary: $165,000

12. London Business School, United Kingdom
Salary: $170,000

11. UCLA: Anderson, United States
Salary: $186,000

10. Columbia Business School, United States
Salary: $182,000

9. Ceibs, China
Salary: $189,000

8. University of Cambridge: Judge, United Kingdom
Salary: $184,000

7. Insead, France/Singapore
Salary: $198,000

6. MIT: Sloan, United States
Salary: $218,000

5. New York University: Stern, United States
Salary: $177,000

4. Harvard Business School, United States
Salary: $245,000

3. University of Chicago: Booth, United States
Salary: $211,000

2. University of Pennsylvania: Wharton, United States
Salary: $227,000

1. Stanford Graduate School of Business, United States
Salary: $252,000

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