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The Masters in Management Rankings 2018 are usually the best medium to get a first impression of the school. This is especially true for foreigners who have no credible source to obtain accurate information about schools in distant countries.

The MiM rankings are done by taking into account a number of important variables such as the quality of a college, the international nature of the degree, future placement potential, International diversity of faculty, Median salary expected on graduation etc.

So you can get a pretty good idea about the nature of the school by a quick look at their rankings.

We have tried to go beyond conventional information & give a more detailed comparison on the different colleges.

Metrics which students value such as Average Salary, previous rankings, Class strength, Program length etc, have been compared for the top 20 schools.

The latest Masters in Management (MiM) Rankings by the Financial times are as follows:

MiM 2018 ranking

[1]- Requires degree in Business Administration
[2]- Requires degree in Non-Business Administration
*- An average of salaries 3 years after graduation. The figures are shown in USD (purchasing power parity equivalent)