Financial Times has announced the top-50 global MBA programs for Women

Financial Times has announced the top-50 global MBA programs for Women, and in this article, we discuss how various b-schools and countries fare. Read on to know more.

 

In our earlier article titled, "IIM Bangalore EPGP, IIM Calcutta PGPeX gain in FT Global MBA Ranking 2018", we discussed movements of B-schools in the Financial Times MBA Ranking 2018.  In a recently published ranking, Financial Times has announced the the top-50 global MBA programs for Women.  In this article, we discuss the inclusions in this ranking -

 

(1) The Financial Times (FT)named Shanghai Jiao Tong University the overall winner, followed by Stanford Graduate School of Business, UC-Berkeley Haas School of Business, Washington University’s Olin School of Business, and Harvard Business School 

(2) American b-schools fared exceptionally well in the new ranking, with about 25 American MBA programs in the top-50 list!

(3) Asian schools managed to stage a good showing, capturing four of the top 10 positions. Besides the #1 Shanghai Jiao Tong University, the University of Hong Kong was at the #6, Renmin University of China of Business at #8, and Nanyang Business School in Singapore was at #10

(4) The only entry from India was the Indian School of Business, which stood at #26 in the list of top-50

(5) The top European b-schools on the list were ESADE Business School, Spain at #11, IESE Business School, Spain, #14, London Business School at #16, while INSEAD at #23

(6) The FT data shows that women actually are making more money than their male counterparts at five b-schools - Jiao Tong University, where women alumni make 101% of what the men alumni make; UC-Berkeley Haas, where women make 103% of the male alumni; the University of Rochester’s Simon School of Business (111%), and Copenhagen Business School (127%)

(7) The biggest gender pay gaps among the schools ranked by the FT were at the Imperial College Business School in London, where female alums make only 63% of what the male alums make three years after graduation; EDHEC (64%), Saïd Business School - University of Oxford (67%), Durham University Business School in UK (69%), and Yale University’s School of Management (69%)

 

Here is are the Financial Times top-10 b-schools for women (2018)

 

Rank
B-school Name
Country
Global MBA Rank

1

Shanghai Jiao Tong University: Antai

China

34

2

Stanford Graduate School of Business

USA

1

3

University of California at Berkeley: Haas

USA

10

4

Washington University: Olin

USA

50

5

Harvard Business School

USA

5

6

University of Hong Kong

China

33

7

Dartmouth College: Tuck

USA

16

8

Renmin University of China School of Business

China

39

9

University of Pennsylvania: Wharton

USA

3

10

Nanyang Business School

Singapore

22