INSEAD Business School, France has emerged as the top B-school in Europe and the world, according to the CEOWORLD magazine’s ranking of the best business schools in the world for 2019. Lead by French business school Insead, European B-schools have secured 31 slots in top 105 business schools in the world for 2019.
Pursuing a business degree or a postgraduate course needs a lot of research and digging into the best possible b-schools and even the environment matters. Europe has a culturally rich heritage which brings a great high culture into the university campuses here and also allows the students to interact with the global students. Business education in Europe appears to be booming, so which schools are the best?
Europe also gives some amazing career options for the management students and brings great immigrant prospects for ambitious management experts. It is almost every management student’s dream to study in an award-winning B-School, and if it is in Europe, the perks are doubled up. Here are the award-winning European B-Schools which would take your management career up the ladder. These top-10 tables reflect both the quality and breadth of business schools offerings.
CEOWORLD magazine’s ranking of the best business schools in Europe for 2019:
- INSEAD Business School, France. (No. 1)
- IESE Business School, Spain. (No. 4)
- London Business School, United Kingdom. (No. 8)
- ESADE Business School, Spain. (No. 9)
- Said Business School (SBS) at the University of Oxford, United Kingdom. (No. 10)
- Alliance Manchester Business School of the University of Manchester, United Kingdom. (No. 11)
- IMD business school, Switzerland. (No. 14)
- HEC Paris, France. (No. 15)
- Cambridge Judge Business School, United Kingdom. (No. 20)
- IE Business School, Spain. (No. 22)
- SDA Bocconi School of Management, Italy. (No. 34)
- Cass Business School, United Kingdom. (No. 37)
- TIAS School for Business and Society, the Netherlands. (No. 41)
- Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (or RSM), the Netherlands. (No. 42)
- Lisbon MBA, Portugal. (No. 43)
- Mannheim Business School, Germany. (No. 46)
- Warwick Business School, United Kingdom. (No. 54)
- Geneva Business School (GBS), Switzerland. (No. 61)
- Cranfield School of Management at Cranfield University, United Kingdom. (No. 63)
- Imperial College Business School, United Kingdom. (No. 65)
- European School of Management and Technology (ESMT Berlin), Germany. (No. 71)
- Durham University Business School, United Kingdom. (No. 72)
- Strathclyde Business School (SBS), United Kingdom. (No. 82)
- University of St.Gallen (HSG), Switzerland. (No. 83)
- European International University (EIU), France. (No. 85)
- Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece. (No. 93)
- University of Bath School of Management, United Kingdom. (No. 94)
- UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School, Ireland. (No. 95)
- Birmingham Business School, United Kingdom. (No. 100
- Southampton Business School at the University of Southampton, United Kingdom. (No. 102)
- Lancaster University Management School (LUMS), United Kingdom. (No. 105)
1. INSEAD Business School, France: This prestigious business school has been ranking no.1 in the global business rankings in the global arena. It is one of the first institutes in Europe to offer MBA programs in the most picturesque locations in the world. The institute offers brilliant faculty, fantastic infrastructure, and world-class professors happy to inculcate the best management knowledge to the students. The institute offers a 10-month MBA program which is quite flexible for working professionals as well.
2. IESE Business School, Spain: IESE Business School can be found in the University of Navarra in Barcelona. “For more than 60 years, IESE has been at the forefront of management education and leadership development. Our mission today remains the same as it was back in 1958: to educate and inspire leaders who wish to have a positive and lasting impact on people, business and society,” the school claims. IESE employs 175 members of academic staff.
3. London Business School, United Kingdom: The global MBA class here enrolls not more than 20% of students from one region to inculcate international atmosphere. In 485 MBAs per class,40% of occupancy is of women and which is a great sign.
4. ESADE Business School, Spain: Located in the stunning Spanish city Barcelona, ESADE offers a truly global management experience for the aspiring MBA student. It has a collaboration with 100 universities worldwide and ranks third in entrepreneurship. The 18-month MBA program here is one of the most sought after, tailor-made and practical oriented program in Europe.
5. Said Business School (SBS) at the University of Oxford, United Kingdom: Termed as one of the oldest B-school in the world, it ranks 10th in global business management and 5th in the European ranking. There are students from 60 nationalities pursuing MBA here and 92% of them are from the global scene.
6. Alliance Manchester Business School of the University of Manchester, United Kingdom.
7. IMD business school, Switzerland: INSEAD is located in Fontainebleau, southeast of Paris. “Fontainebleau, the home of INSEAD’s Europe Campus, is spread across eight hectares. Nestled in the vast forest of Fontainebleau, the modern architecture of the campus blends harmoniously with the green and leafy surroundings,” claims INSEAD.
8. HEC Paris, France: The institute boasts of being the most selective ones in the world with post-graduate salary drawn to be a staggering $115,000 annually. 92% of students here are international over which 40% of them are women. It also offers some exciting electives, including a course on Value Chain and Supply Chain Innovation- which is close to the contemporary business scene. HEC Paris was founded in 1881 by the Paris Chamber of Commerce (CCIP), and is a founding member of CEMS – Global Alliance in Management Education. The France-based school currently has around 4,000 students.
9. Cambridge Judge Business School, United Kingdom: The business school at Cambridge University in the UK was established in 1990, and was named after Sir Paul Judge. Located on the Old Addenbrooke’s Site, the school falls under the university’s School of Technology. Judge Business School is comprised of around 55 members, whose “research interests span the globe and the full spectrum of business issues,” the school claims. “Many are leaders in their field directing cutting-edge research, consulting for top businesses, advising governments, and most of all, bringing their experiences and new-found knowledge into the classroom.”
10. IE Business School, Spain: The 11-month MBA program here costs around $86,000 but by the end of the course the students are offered a staggering package of $91,000 on an average. There are almost 71 nationalities for each course over which 30% of them are women. It is termed as one of the top B-Schools in Spain for its innovative thought.
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