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Best International Business Schools 2016  May 30, 2017 – 04:58 pm
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To get an edge in an increasingly global business world, MBA seekers often travel abroad in search of the hottest management programs.

To guide you, here’s our annual ranking of full-time international MBA programs, based on data we compiled from more than 1, 000 recruiters, 15, 000 alumni, and 9, 000 recent graduates. (We published our 2016 ranking of the top U.S. MBA programs last month.)

The United Kingdom is well known for having one of the world’s most desirable MBA markets. But this year the country really dominated our ranking: London Business School grabbed our No. 1 spot, while Cambridge and Oxford both ranked in the top five. This comes as British B-schools prepare to navigate the fallout from Brexit.

We continue last year’s focus on how well the schools channel their graduates into good jobs and, with a new survey of MBAs after graduation, offer more insight into what grads can expect from their careers.

Rank School Employer survey rank (35%) Alumni survey rank (30%) Student survey rank (15%) Salary rank (10%) Job placement rank (10%) Ranking index score

An MBA can get you access to hot internships, sprawling alumni networks, and the most desirable jobs in the market.

How do you find the program that will make you stand out in the job market—and justify the huge expense?

Below are several charts of aggregate results for such things as debt levels and first jobs from full-time MBA programs in the U.S. and abroad. Type a school name into the search box to dive into an individual MBA program.


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