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Which Schools are the Most Popular?

By |August 12th, 2014|MBA Rankings, The FInancial Times|

An article on the site Poets & Quants reports the results of a survey included in The Financial Times’ global ranking of the best MBA programs, which aimed to check which business schools are the most popular. The survey included 10,986 people at 153 schools and was conducted in September-October 2013. A school’s popularity was [...]

FT’s Specialization Rankings

By |February 5th, 2013|MBA Rankings, The FInancial Times|

In addition to the The Financial Times’ global rankings, specialization rankings were also published for the MBA programs along different categories, here are some  below: General Management 1- Darden 2- Harvard 3-Tuck Corporate Strategy 1- Harvard 2- Michigan 3- City University: Cass Marketing 1-Kellogg 2- Indiana 3-Duke Entrepreneurship 1- Stanford 2- Babson 3- MIT Economics 1- [...]

FT’s 2012 Specialization Rankings

By |February 13th, 2012|MBA Rankings, The FInancial Times|

The Financial Times’ recently published 2012 MBA ranking also included specific rankings of the different programs according to areas of specialty. Below are some of the more remarkable rankings: -For entrepreneurship, the top program is Stanford, followed by Babson and Berkeley. -For economics, the top program is Chicago, followed by MIT and Cranfield. -For [...]

Financial Times Places Stanford at the Top

By |February 7th, 2012|The FInancial Times|

The Financial Times’ ranking of the world’s top MBA programs was published recently and placed Stanford in the top spot. Harvard placed second and Wharton took the third slot. As opposed to other rankings that only rate U.S. schools, FT’s ranking compares business schools all over the world along a number of criteria, such [...]

New GMAT to Require More Preparation

By |December 19th, 2011|GMAT, GRE, The FInancial Times|

In another six months the structure of the GMAT exam will change, with the new integrative reasoning section replacing one of the two essay questions. An article published in The Financial Times claims that the change will increase the required preparation time for test-takers by 30-40 hours! The new section will be incorporated in [...]