Executive Education

Top Business Schools In The World You Should Know

There are thousands of business schools in the world that promise students a future so bright and beautiful that even the sun would shy away. The hyperbole is pretty much ubiquitous, but there are certainly a few that prove it right. Pursuing a degree in business can be a daunting yet exciting experience. In a typical business school, you learn beyond books, lose track of time as you churn out assignments after assignments, are involved in project deliveries, and keep up with the business world through internships. And, if you are enrolled in a good business school, well, you have more than these to take care of.
As noted before, there are a few business schools that will embellish your credentials with all things glitter and gold. But, making it into any of these schools expects you to shed blood, sweat, and tears because you can’t sit among the best if you are not the best.

Here are the 5 Top Business Schools in the world you should know:

  1. Harvard Business School, Harvard University, USA
    We all know what a charm Harvard University is to global Higher Education. It has many excellent faculties, business being one of them. The Harvard Business School (HBS) is a graduate business school that has been regularly ranked among the best in the world. Presently, it offers Masters in Business Administration (MBA) and doctoral degree programs. In addition to these, it provides a range of executive programs, including the Advanced Management Program (AMP) and Summer Business School Online (HBS Online).
  2. Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, USA
    The business school of the prestigious University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School, is presently the oldest collegiate business school globally. It is a highly respected school that offers a Bachelor of Science in Economics, Master of Business Administration, and a doctoral program. Aside from these, the school maintains the Aresty Institute of Executive Education, or simply Wharton Executive Education, which provides several programs for senior executives in diverse areas such as innovation, finance, and marketing. To reach out to a more significant number of people, it curates and provides numerous Massive Open Online Courses.
  3. MIT Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
    Sloan, or MIT Sloan School of Management, makes MIT one of the most entrepreneurship-friendly institutions in the world. Known for its highly selected criteria for its several degree courses, interested students can pursue undergraduate, postgraduation, and doctoral degrees. There are several executive programs that supplement the learning process in the institution. Keeping in mind the relevance of interdisciplinary education and research, MIT Sloan often collaborates with other schools of the university, such as the School of Science, School of Engineering, and the Department of Economics. There is also a collaboration with Harvard University.
  4. London Business School(LBS), University of London, UK
    The University of London is known for many great things it offers and the London Business School is one of them. LBS was established in 1964 and operated as a constituent college of the university. With its campus in London and a secondary campus in Dubai, the School only offers postgraduate programs and doctoral programs. Like the others on the list, there are also executive programs offered in part-time Executive MBA degrees that run for more than a year. LBS is most popularly known for is its kitty of international exchange programs it runs with who’s who in the world of business education, such as the Kellog School of Management, The Wharton School, Booth School of Business, and NYU Stern School of Business.
  5. INSEAD Business School, INSEAD, France
    INSEAD, properly called Institut européen d’administration des affaires, calls itself the “Business School for the World” and was founded in the year 1957. With its primary campus in France, it maintains many campuses across the globe, such as Singapore, UAE, and USA. While being a graduate school, its academic structure comprises several courses such as MBAs and doctoral degrees. Reportedly, it is only second to HBS in terms of the number of CEOs of the world’s top 500 companies it has taught. Its campus features a highly internationalized crowd of students, with no more than 12 percent of them being of the same nationality.
Anna Papadopoulos
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