Silicon Valley’s Stanford Graduate School of Business is the world’s best business school, according to the prestigious Financial Times’ Global MBA Rankings 2018, which saw two-year MBAs reclaim their dominance and Asian schools shine.
Stanford is back at the top of the table for the first time in six years, edging out INSEAD’s one-year MBA, which was ranked first by the FT for the past two years.
Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania remains third, with London Business School laying claim to the top UK MBA, moving up to fourth place after falling outside the top-five in 2017. Cambridge Judge Business School, also of the UK, fell a hefty eight places to 13th. And Harvard Business School fell to fifth, its poorest performance in the FT ranking since 2008.
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