More information: www.youthincmag.com/rankings
. IE University holds the No. 29 position worldwide and No. 6 in Europe in the Education Times & Youth Inc. Global University Rankings 2013.
· IE University is also positioned No. 8 worldwide for university business programs, No. 7 for innovation in teaching, and No. 10 for campus facilities.· IE University and Pompeu Fabra at No. 94, are the only two Spanish universities to make the ranking
IE University holds the No. 6 position in Europe and No. 29 worldwide in the ranking of universities drawn up by Youth Incorporated and the education supplement of Times of India, “Education Times”, which has one of largest circulations on the planet.
IE University has climbed 8 positions since the previous ranking, to become a leading university both in Europe and worldwide. Youth Incorporated sees IE University as eighth in the world in terms of university business programs, and tenth in terms of campus facilities. It also places IE University in seventh position worldwide for innovation in teaching, three places higher than last year’s ranking.
IE University and Pompeu Fabra University, which holds the No. 94 position, are the only two Spanish universities that made the ranking...
Top MBA Programs by Specialty: Leadership
Top MBA Programs by Specialty: E-Business
|2.||Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)||5.47|
|4.||IE Business School||5.07|
|5.||UC Berkeley (Haas)||5.03|
01 February 2013, World University News.
A new university ranking system, U-Multirank, was officially launched by the European Union (EU) in Dublin on Wednesday, bringing a new and broader approach to the assessment of universities throughout the world.
Some 500 universities worldwide are expected to sign up to U-Multirank, and the first results will be published in early 2014.
U-Multirank will rate universities in five separate areas: reputation for research, quality of teaching and learning, international orientation, success in knowledge transfer – such as partnerships with businesses, and start-ups – and contribution to regional growth.
The aim, said Androulla Vassiliou, the European commissioner for education, is to give students and institutions a clear picture of their performance across a range of important areas.
Until now university rankings have placed “disproportionate” weight on research excellence, she said.
Brussels has proposed a funding allocation of €2 million (US$2.7 million) from the EU’s Lifelong Learning Programme in 2013-14, with the possibility of a further two years of seed funding in 2015-16
Top MBA Programs by Specialty: Information Technology
|1.||Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)||5.70|
|4.||IE Business School||5.10|
|6.||Georgia Tech (Scheller)||4.96|
|8.||UC Berkeley (Haas)||4.79|
Top MBA Programs by Specialty: Entrepreneurship
|4.||UC Berkeley (Haas)||5.61|
|6.||Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)||5.58|
|9.||IE Business School||5.53|
Graduates of Europe’s top b-schools are increasingly in demand for their ability to lead and innovate in the workplace bit.ly/SCPive— Association of MBAs (@Assoc_of_MBAs) December 10, 2012
As well as by the following specializations:
"The passing of the crown", Financial Times, December 3, 2012
The king is dead long live the king. The 2012 FT European business schools ranking, now in its ninth year, marks the end of an era. The European crown, which has belonged to HEC Paris of France for the past six years, has been seized by IE Business School of Spain. IE now tops the group of 80 European schools.
The ranking is based on the indexed scores achieved by schools this year in five rankings – those for MBAs, executive MBAs, masters in management and open and custom executive education (see Key and methodology). Indexed scores reflect a school’s standing among its European peers.
Both quality and quantity are required to reach the top. IE Business School is now included in all five rankings, having participated in the master in management ranking for the first time in 2012, reaching sixth place.
The top spot in the European schools ranking reflects IE’s strong performances across the range, notably third in the MBA ranking.
“IE Business School is outstanding for the international environment, the personal development and coaching one receives,” says Larissa Dornbach, a 2008 MBA graduate from Germany and now a senior manager...
Doing Business 2013, Getting Better, Oct 27th 2012, The Economist
Bad rules breed corruption. Cutting them costs nothing
SINCE 2003 the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the World Bank have been tracking the business-friendliness of government rules around the world. Things are looking up. Nearly all regions are catching up with the best practices seen in the richest countries.
This matters for many reasons. One is that onerous rules breed corruption. For as many countries as it can, the IFC plots its own measures of the regulatory burden against perceived levels of corruption, as ranked by Transparency International, a pressure group. As the chart shows, the more rules impede business, the more incentive businessfolk have to bribe them away. Lighter rules mean less baksheesh. They also mean a larger formal economy and a wider tax base.
Mining its database of 20 million college grads, LinkedIn identified alumni of these schools as founders of the most companies with 10 or more employees.
Richard Fairbank (B.A. ’72, M.B.A. ’81) is the founder and CEO of Capital One Financial. (2011 revenue: $18.5 billion).
According to a 2011 report from MIT’s Sloan School of Management, as of 2006 there were 25,600 active companies founded by MIT alumni, employing approximately 3.3 million people.
Harvard has produced 10 self-made billionaires, more than any other school on this list.
(Post-experience is ranking of four business schools)
New league table aims to identify the rising stars of the global academy. John Morgan reports
The Republic of Korea's Pohang University of Science and Technology has topped the first Times Higher Education ranking of the 100 best universities under the age of 50, leading a strong showing for East Asian universities.
The THE 100 Under 50 (PDF) aims to show which nations are challenging the US and the UK as higher education powerhouses - and offers insights into which institutions may be future world leaders.
1. Pohang University of Science and Technology
2. École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
3. Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
4. University of California, Irvine
5. Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
6. Université Pierre et Marie Curie
7. University of California, Santa Cruz
8. University of York
9. Lancaster University
10. University of East Anglia
April 2012 Ranking of World Repositories, No.1 @SSRN, e.g. SSRN Scholarly Profile of Dean Robert F. Bruner, University of Virginia - Darden School of Business, (SSRN, like other preprint services, circulates publications at an early stage before publishing).
New York, NY, Grand Hyatt Hotel, March 15 - 16, 2012
Thomson Reuters and the Ethisphere Institute have teamed up to host the 4th annual Global Ethics Summit. As companies continue to expand and compete in the global marketplace, they are met with constant reminders of the importance of maintaining a robust global ethics & compliance program...
The following list of 100 individuals represents those that had significant impact in the realm of business ethics over the course of the last year.
Although many listed here are deserving of a lifetime achievement award, this list recognizes those that have made a significant impact specifically during 2011...
Learning the law business by Della Bradshaw, November 25, 2011
...He is one of an increasing number of law students who see the real value of combining the study of the two disciplines. For, as the big law firms increasingly behave like large global businesses, and the legal framework in which international businesses operate becomes increasingly complex...
It's been two years since Fortune last published this list, which we produce in association with Aon Hewitt Consulting. Aon Hewitt, in partnership with RBL Group, started by surveying HR executives at 478 companies worldwide about their leadership development programs. Aon Hewitt then interviewed executives at 182 global finalists, drilling into their leadership strategy, succession planning, techniques for identifying high-potential junior employees, and much more. A panel of distinguished judges, including authors, academics, and journalists, then gathered to select the regional and global winners.
Bloomberg Businessweek's 2011 Executive MBA ranking is based on three separate surveys of EMBA graduates (2011, 2009, and 2007) and a poll of EMBA program directors. The graduate poll rank shown is for 2011 only.
...Emerging, a French consulting firm, surveyed employers on which schools they tended to rely on, and on what qualities made job candidates most employable.
Carried out in collaboration with Trendence, a German consulting firm, the survey included hundreds of employers from 10 countries.
Emerging boiled down the results to 150 universities that it called the Emerging/Trendence Global Employability Ranking — a list that includes the traditional top elite schools in North America as well as relative newcomers in Asia and Europe.
The study is meant to give “universities, recruiters and students the most valuable of tools: a road-tested blueprint of where it’s best to study in order to get a job,” Emerging said as it released its findings...
The most popular business school professors are good teachers, plain and simple. They’re not rock stars, CEOs or celebrity researchers. Their names may not look familiar. But they’ve earned a place in the hearts and minds of their students by bringing to life accounting, finance and management, learning their names and helping them find jobs. Their students come first and it shows.
To determine which professors at the Top 30 U.S. full-time MBA programs were most popular, Bloomberg Businessweek used surveys sent to 2010 graduates asking them to identify their two favorites. Professors were ranked in order of absolute popularity. In all, the responses of 3,732 students were used to calculate this ranking; only schools that had more than 60 student responses were counted. At least one in every five survey respondents from each of the schools listed wrote down these names chosen for our top ten list as their favorite professor—pretty amazing considering they had hundreds of faculty members to choose from. Read on after the jump for the list.
1. Aswath Damodaran
Finance professor at New York University Stern School of Business
A seven-time recipient of Stern's "Professor of the Year" award, Damodaran practices open-source teaching, posting almost all his class materials on his blog. He's also one of the few business school professors to have inspired a tribute video on Youtube; the video spoofs pop star Justin Bieber's Never Say Never movie trailer. In the 89-second clip, the handiwork of a student, Damodaran proclaims "I want to be the Lady Gaga of finance." He has more than 4,000 followers on Twitter.
Ahuja ran a stoneware distribution business and designed educational board games while an undergraduate in his native India before enrolling at Ross in 1991 for his Ph.D., his MA and his MBA. He never left. The corporate strategy professor stresses the importance of integrity and generosity in his lectures - values he says were handed down from his mother and grandmother. Ahuja also oversees the school's chapter of Net Impact, a national organization dedicated to using the power of business to improve society and the environment.
Nolen has been on the faculty at his alma mater since 1980. In that time he has built up legions of fans. Former students describe him as a world-class storyteller (complete with a Texas accent) who brings his own experience as a small-business consultant to bear in lectures. Nolen's skills extend beyond the classroom: He "places more students than career services," says one former student, Q Beck.
1. Harvard Business School
3. Chicago (Booth)
4. Pennsylvania (Wharton)
5. Columbia Business School
6. Dartmouth (Tuck)
7. Northwestern (Kellogg)
8. Cornell (Johnson)
9. Virginia (Darden)
10. MIT (Sloan)
11. Yale School of Management
12. Duke (Fuqua)
13. UC-Berkeley (Haas)
14. Michigan (Ross)
15. Brigham Young (Marriott)
16. UNC (Kenan-Flagler)
3. IE Business School
4. SD Bocconi
Forbes: HBS Nudges Aside Stanford, Poets & Quants.
Includes rankings by variables:
Business Environment - time/cost to start a business
Quality of research institutions
Knowledge - Creation, Impact, Diffusion
University World News site, 12 June 2011
The Europe-driven global benchmarking system U-Multirank, which allows universities to create personalised rankings using an array of indicators, was unveiled in Brussels last week. It is "a new user-driven, multi-dimensional and multi-level ranking tool in higher education and research," said its creators.
Because of these characteristics, U-Multirank differs substantially from existing rankings and meets the needs of various higher education stakeholders, said its designers Frans van Vught and Frank Ziegele in a presentation on Thursday.
The World's Best Business Schools
June 8, 2011
América Economía on Wikipedia: ...Since 1993, the unit of analysis and studies América Economía Intelligence conducts research and rankings of the major topics of interest to senior executives and entrepreneurs from Latin America...
1. Harvard Business School
2. London Business School
3. The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
4. IE Business School
5. IESE Business School
April 12, 2011.
Nordic countries again top the rankings for the tenth anniversary edition of the Global Information Technology Report, created and written by INSEAD and the World Economic Forum. Singapore ranks number two, while the UAE and other Middle Eastern countries show significant improvement in technological readiness. INSEAD Professor Soumitra Dutta discusses the report's findings with Knowledge Editor-in-Chief Shellie Karabell. (Access the report click here (PDF, 435 pages); press release click here)
Article of Bloomberg Businessweek, March 28, 2011
Choosing a B-school can be a gamble. MBA applicants shouldn't rely on rankings alone, but the data they include are a valuable resource, admissions experts say...
(Previously on BizDeansTalk: Ranking web of world universities, July 2010)
|1||London Business School||U.K.|
|1||University of Pennsylvania: Wharton||U.S.A.|
|3||Harvard Business School||U.S.A.|
|4||Insead||France / Singapore|
|4||Stanford University GSB||U.S.A.|
|6||Hong Kong UST Business School||China|
|7||Columbia Business School||U.S.A.|
|8||IE Business School||Spain|
|9||MIT Sloan School of Management||U.S.A.|
|9||Iese Business School||Spain|
|11||Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad||India|
|12||University of Chicago: Booth||U.S.A|
|13||Indian School of Business||India|
|15||New York University: Stern||U.S.A.|
|15||Yale School of Management||U.S.A.|
|18||Dartmouth College: Tuck||U.S.A.|
|20||Duke University: Fuqua||U.S.A.|
Robert F. Bruner, dean of the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business, on MBA Rankings et al from Poets & Quants
Top 5 European Business Schools.
Top 5 North American Business Schools.
|Source: QS TopMBA.com International Recruiter Survey 2007|
|Thunderbird, The Garvin School of International Management||USA||91%|
|Harvard Business School||USA||79%|
|The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania||USA||61%|
|IE Business School (Instituto de Empresa)||Spain||52%|
Business school name
MBA sal. ($)
EMBA sal. ($)
Masters sal. (€)
Open EE '07
Custom EE '07
|2||2||London Business School||U.K.||1||135,522||122||3||238,259||95||-||-||5||7|
|3||10||Insead||France / Singapore||2||140,551||94||5||216,830||65||-||-||4||5|
|5||4||IE Business School||Spain||3||113,450||149||4||169,332||163||-||-||2||22|
|6||5||Iese Business School||Spain||6||104,284||136||7||158,246||70||-||-||3||2|
|7||6||ESCP-EAP European School of Management||France / U.K. / Germany / Spain / Italy||-||-||-||10||121,182||78||3||52,003||13||10|
|8||7||RSM Erasmus University||Netherlands||12||104,062||105||16||149,773||53||9||42,437||-||20|
|10||11||Esade Business School||Spain||10||97,982||136||-||-||-||10||38,990||11||11|
|Northwestern (Kellogg)||Evanston, Ill.||1||1||135,000||23||A||A+||A|
|Michigan (Ross)||Ann Arbor||4||NR||120,000||10||A+||A+||A|
|USC (Marshall)||Los Angeles||8||12||84,850||11||A||A+||A|
|UCLA (Anderson)||Los Angeles||14||7||95,116||10||A+||A+||A|
|Duke (Fuqua-Global)||Durham, N.C.||9||9||123,500||20||A+||A||A+|
|UNC (Kenan-Flagler)||Chapel Hill, N.C.||5||5||67,200||20||B||A||A+|
|Georgetown (McDonough)||Washington, D.C.||10||11||93,935||NA||A||B||B|
|Cornell (Johnson)||Ithaca, N.Y.||17||14||122,400||14||A+||A||A+|
|Ohio State (Fisher)||Columbus||13||NR||64,900||2||A||B||B|
|Instituto de Empresa||Madrid||NR||NR||63,500||NA||B||C||B|
|IESE (University of Navarra)||Barcelona, Spain||15||NR||126,244||NA||A+||A||B|
|New York (Stern)||New York||19||13||128,000||NA||B||A+||B|
|London Business School||London||25||23||85,000||NA||B||A||B|
|Washington (Olin)||St. Louis||NR||17||83,900||12.5||A||A||A|