The Financial Times published the 2018 European business school rankings, which combines rankings of all programs offered by European schools – executive education programs, EMBAs, Master in Management programs, and MBAs. London Business School took the first place, followed by HEC Paris and INSEAD.

Out of the 25 leading business schools, 7 are in the UK (2 of them in the top 10), 6 are in France (3 in the top 10), 3 are in Spain and 2 are in Switzerland (both in the top 10). According to the latest FT ranking, LBS has the No. 2 full-time MBA program, while HEC has the No. 6 (INSEAD, ranked third overall, has the top MBA program). LBS has the second-highest MBA salary after three years at $167,897 (after INSEAD’s $177,157).

Here are the top 20 European Business Schools according to FT 2018 rankings:

1 London Business School
2 HEC Paris
4 University of St. Gallen
5 IESE Business School
6 Bocconi SDA
7 IMD Business School
8 ESSEC Business School
9 Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
10 University of Oxford: Said
11 ESCP Europe
12 Warwick Business School
13 University of Cambridge: Judge
14 Edhec Business School
15 ESADE Business School
16 City University: Cass
17 Cranfield School of Management
18 Mannheim Business School
19 Imperial College Business School
20 IE Business School