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Insead's MBA tops Financial Times ranking

ABU DHABI, January 25, 2016

Insead, a leading business school, has been ranked first in the world under The Financial Times' (FT) 'Global MBA Ranking 2016.'
 
The latest achievement marks a 'triple first' for Insead, which is now the first and only business school to have all three MBA programmes ranked number one in FT's rankings.
 
In addition to being first in MBA, the Tsinghua-Insead EMBA and the Insead Global EMBA is also the highest ranked single school programme.
 
Insead's topping FT’s ‘Global MBA Ranking 2016’ signals a rise of three spots from its previous fourth position last year. 
 
The achievement reflects all that is outstanding about the school and what it stands for — its diversity, academic excellence, entrepreneurial culture and extensive global alumni network.
 
Ilian Mihov, dean, said: “The stellar accomplishments of our alumni have helped us to achieve this amazing recognition.
 
“We have more than 50,000 alumni representing 157 nationalities in 174 countries. Every day, they face challenges and seize opportunities that help companies, communities and countries to accelerate their growth and reaffirm that business can be a force for good.”
 
“We want to take this opportunity to thank our outstanding alumni, consisting of movers and shakers across various industries, our faculty, widely recognised as global thought leaders, along with our dedicated staff, who have worked together continuously to improve the MBA curriculum and deliver exceptional educational experiences to MBA students across all three campuses in Europe, Asia and the Middle East,” said Mihov.
 
The FT ranking methodology was based on several parameters including alumni salary, their salary increase, value for money, research rank and alumni recommend rank. - TradeArabia News Service



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