Best business schools
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Best Business Schools in Europe
Here is a meticulously curated list of top business schools in Europe –
|1.||University of St. Gallen||MA in Strategy and International Management||Switzerland|
|2.||HEC Paris||MSc in Management||France|
|3.||London Business School||Masters in Management||London|
|4.||Essec Business School||MSc in Management||France|
|5.||University of Bocconi||MSc in International Management||Italy|
|6.||EDHEC Business School||Master in Management||France|
|7.||University of Mannheim||Master in Management||Germany|
|8.||IE Business School||Master in Management||Spain|
|9.||Imperial College Business School||MSc in Management||London|
|10.||WHU-Otto Beishiem School of Management||MSc in Management||Germany|
Let’s look at the above-listed universities highlights in detail-
1. University of St. Gallen
University of St. Gallen is known to provide specializations in subjects like economics, business administration, law, and international affairs. The University of St. Gallen is also a valuable member of CEMS and APSIA networks. It is also accredited by the EQUIS and AACSB. Not only this, it has been consistently ranked as a top university for business studies globally and also the best university to provide a master’s in management in entire Europe.
Notable alumni of the University of St. Gallen in the financial sector include Deutsche Bank Chairman Paul Achleitner, former Deutsche Bank CEO Josef Ackermann, former Commerzbank CEO Martin Blessing, former Julius Baer Group CEO Alex Widmer, to name a few.
2. HEC Paris
HEC Paris has its place amongst the most selective French Grand Ecole and is also the founding member of CEMS- Global Alliance in Management Education. Apart from that, the university is affiliated with AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS. HEC Paris is a pioneer name in Master in Management, MBA and EMBA programs, specialized MSc programs, Ph.D. programs, and executive education offerings. The college is associated with 130 clubs on campus.
HEC Paris is consistently ranked as a top business school in Europe and is also amongst the top five business schools across the world. It bears a rick alumni network with 12 current CEOs from F500- companies which are itself an unmatched record. The HEC alumni is ranked as the second most powerful school alumni by the Economist in 2017.
3. London Business School
LBS is globally renowned for its post-graduate degrees including Masters in Management, MBA, Finance, and Ph.D. programs. It is considered to be one of the best schools for business studies across the globe. The college is affiliated with University of London, AACSB, EQUIS, and AMBA.
LBS was ranked 1st in Europe (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018) by the Financial Times and 2nd in the world (for Business and Management Studies; 2017) by the QS ranking. Not only this, but LBS’ post-experience Masters in Finance program is also ranked 1st in the world by the Financial Times.
4. Essec Business School
5. University of Bocconi
The University of Bocconi offers a variety of programs in economics, management, finance, law, political science, and public administration. Bocconi University’s Business school SDA offers MBA and Management Programmes.
The MBA programs offered by SDA Bocconi are internationally recognized and are highly ranked by Forbes and Financial Times. The university so far has been ranked 8th in Finance Masters and 10th in Business Management by the QS World University Ranking for the year 2018.
6. EDHEC Business School
EDHEC Business School is known to be one of the very few Business schools known to have a triple Crown Accreditation from AACBA, AMBA, and EQUIS. EDHEC has an outstanding international reach having partnerships with over 150 universities and having an expansive alumni network of 40,000 spread over 125 nations. The college is ranked amongst the top 100 universities for graduate studies in the field of Business and Management and is also ranked 3rd for its program Master in Finance by the Financial Times in 2018.
7. University of Mannheim
The University of Mannheim is tagged as “The Harvard of Germany” by a leading German newspaper. It is known to maintain its legacy in providing excellent education in subjects like economic, law, business administration, social sciences, humanities, computer science, information systems etc to its various undergraduate and graduate students. The university witnesses a large student population of more than 12,000 students enrolled in its various undergraduate, undergraduate and doctoral programs. The University of Mannheim is known to have its name amongst top B-schools across the world by leading business magazines. UMA was ranked 20th in Business and Economics by Times Higher Education in 2018.
8. IE Business School
IE Business School offers more than 101 programs in fields related to business, Finance, Management, entrepreneurship, Executive MBA, Ph.D., etc. Apart from that, it stands a rich alumni network with more than 60,000 alumni associated with the name. It is proficient in maintaining its rank among the top global schools worldwide. It has been ranked amongst the Top 100 for a Master in Business Administration by The Economist and is ranked 10th for Master in Management by Financial Times.
9. Imperial College Business School
The unique thing about Imperial College Business School is the structure of its academic curriculum which involves a blend of business and technology and is a pioneer in entrepreneurship. The college often functions in collaboration with top business leaders, governments, and policymakers for business-related research. Imperial College Business School holds a number of awards and accolades under its name. It is placed amongst the top 10 global universities according to the rankings publishes by Times Higher Education and QS World University Rankings. It has been ranked number one in Europe for innovation and entrepreneurship Reuter’s The World’s Most Innovative University Rankings, Bloomberg, and the Financial Times
10. WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management
WHU is known to hold a multicultural environment at its campuses by attracting exchange students from the US, Australia, China, and many other countries. It has partnered with over 204 universities worldwide maintaining a strong university network. Presently, it withstands a student population of 1,452 students assisted by 52 professors. The Financial Times ranked WHU as 4th in entire Germany. Apart from that, WHU ranked 2nd for a Master’s in management in the world.
Thus, Europe being the mainland for some of the top Business Schools in the world, attending a European University is truly a wise decision to manifest your study abroad dreams into reality.
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