Imperial College Business School, a new entrant to the FT Online MBA ranking last year, moved up a place to second, with IE Business School dropping one place to third.
The FT’s list of best Online MBA programs in 2022 is dominated by European business schools, with the Europe-based programs in the top three being joined by MIP Politecnico di Milano School of Management in sixth place, Durham University Business School in seventh, and University of Bradford School of Management in 10th.
The other schools in the ranking are America's University of North Carolina's Kenan Flagler Business School in fourth, University of Florida Warrington in fifth, Australia's AGSM at UNSW Business School in eighth, and University of Nebraska Lincoln in ninth.
Online MBA programs have been having somewhat of a moment since the outbreak of the Covid pandemic, with more candidates looking for flexible, affordable online MBA programs that allow you to complete your studies alongside your work.
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