The best MBAs in the world are at Stanford, Harvard, and Wharton

Maria Camila Perez Godoy

QS Quacquarelli Symonds has published the 2022 update of the QS World University Ranking: Global Full-Time MBA, where the best business schools in the world are offered to study an MBA degree.

According to the analysis, which takes the employability of program graduates as a central measure, Stanford Business School, Stanford Business School Harvard and Ben (Wharton), all three in the United States, are currently full-time measurement leaders in these studies.

In the case of Stanford (1st place) and Wharton (2nd place), both maintained their positions in relation to the previous year’s measurement. On the other hand, Harvard University recorded a rise, as it is in this ranking at the second place, and by 2021 it was in the fourth place.

The North American country also shares two other universities that fall into the top 10: MIT, (Sloan) and Columbia Business School. The first, in this case, was placed fifth, down two places compared to the last list; And in the case of Colombia, it will appear by 2022 in position 9, one square less than the previous report.

Up to 10th place, two French universities also share, HEC in Paris and Insead, 4th and 7th, respectively. Likewise, two Spanish universities ranked in the top ten: IE Business School, which shares a joint seventh rank, and Iese Business School, which ranks tenth. The United Kingdom, for its part, placed a representative in the top 10: London Business School, in square six.

said Samuel Espinal Arango, Program Coordinator for the Graduate School of Business at the University of Rosario.

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Positions 11 through 15, in order, were filled by the following business schools: UC Berkeley Haas, Chicago (booth), Oxford (happy), Esade Business School and UCLA (Anderson), instead closing the top 20 MBA: Northwestern (Kellogg), Cambridge, Yale School of Management; New York University (Stern) and Michigan (Ross).

Other MBAs

In addition to the best MBA rating, QS It also provided rankings for the best master’s degrees in specific areas of business administration, such as finance, management, and supply chain management.

“Because of the pandemic, we have never been more aware of the value of well-managed and well-functioning global supply chains. Nunzio Quacquarelli, CEO of QS Quacquarelli Symonds, explained that companies around the world are responding to times of global crisis by hiring those who can improve their supply chains. their supply in increasing numbers.

The best master’s degree in this discipline is in the MIT Center for Transport and Logistics, which also held the first place it received in the 2021 ranking. WU University of Economics and Business of Vienna (Austria); Michigan, Ross (US) and Erasmus, RSM (Netherlands), ranked second, third and fourth, respectively.

When the pandemic arrives and many of the elements that were part of the value networks come to a halt, they force companies to search for new scenarios. The transmission or distribution has stopped, but they have also given rise to many interesting opportunities, such as e-commerce.

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