For the sixth year on the trot, University of St Gallen reigned supreme in the Financial Time's annual ranking of masters in management courses.
The Swiss school beat 90 other business schools globally to take the crown, thanks in large part to the continued success of its alumni.
The average salary of St Gallen’s grads surged to $102,000 three years after graduation, up from $90,000 last year.
That’s the third-highest overall — behind the two prestigious Indian Institutes of Management in Ahmedabad and Bangalore, whose alums are netting $109,000 and $106,000 paycheques...
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