Forbes has released its Best International MBAs: One-Year Programs for 2017, with institutions in Germany, Spain, Australia and Hong Kong among the world’s best.
IMD on the shores of Lake Geneva in Switzerland was ranked first by Forbes in 2017. Its class of 90 members represents 44 different nationalities, with a requirement of the programme that applicants speak at least one language besides English.
Second is Insead – which has campuses in France, Abu Dhabi and Singapore – and prides itself on being “the business school for the world”; followed by Spain’s IE Business School which boasts a graduate employment rate of 89 percent within three months of finishing the course.
The Forbes MBA rankings along with Financial Times and The Economist are amongst the most prestigious in the world.
|3||IE Business School||Madrid, Spain|
|4||Cambridge (Judge)||Cambridge, United Kingdom|
|5||SDA Bocconi||Milan, Italy|
|6||Oxford (Said)||Oxford, United Kingdom|
|7||Hong Kong||Hong Kong, Hong Kong|
|9||Erasmus (Rotterdam)||Rotterdam, Netherlands|
|10||Cranfield||Cranfield, United Kingdom|
|11||Lancaster||Lancaster, United Kingdom|
|12||City U (Cass)||London, United Kingdom|
|13||Imperial||London, United Kingdom|
|14||Warwick||Coventry, United Kingdom|
|15||Hult||London, United Kingdom|
|16||S P Jain||Sydney, Australia|
|17||HEC Montreal||Montreal, QC, Canada|
Dr. Indu Niranjan, dean of the Global MBA program at SP Jain School of Global Management said: Our goal is to train our graduates for top companies around the world.
“Our students have the unique benefit of studying in three cities – Singapore, Sydney and Dubai. They get to understand how to navigate and adapt in a global business environment – a skill much valued by recruiters.”
— SP Jain Global (@SPJainGlobal) September 26, 2017
“They undertake projects assigned by both local or global companies, interact with business leaders and thinkers, immersing themselves in different local cultures and developing important global skills.”