Friday, 3 November 2017

TOP BUSINESS SCHOOL IN THE QS WORLD 2017:

Based on the QS world university rankings by subject 2017:

1
Harvard University
United states
2
London Business School
United Kingdom
3
INSEAD
France
4
Massachusetts Institute Of Technology (MIT)
US
5
University Of Pennsylvania
US
6
Stanford University
US
7
University Of Oxford
UK
8
University Of Cambridge
UK
9
London School Of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
UK
10
University Of California, Berkeley (UCB)
US

1.Harvard university:


Harvard University is America’s oldest institution of higher education and the third best university in the world according to the latest QS world university Rankings and ranks first two QS subject areas:
·       Life Science and Medicine
·       Social Science and Management
The University also ranks among the top three universities in the world according to the following QS subject areas: Arts and Humanities, Natural science.
Personalities like founder of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg or Microsoft founder Bill Gates studies at the university. Moreover, both Barack Obama and Michelle Obama completed their studies at Harvard University, as well as other American presidents.

2.LONDON BUSINESS SCHOOL:


London Business School is located just around the corner from Regent’s Park in Baker Street, a few stops from the City, London’s world-famous financial district. They offer prestigious MSc, MBA and EMBA programs covering accounting, economics, finance, management science and operations, marketing, organizational behavior, strategy and entrepreneurship.

Consistently ranked among the world’s best for the quality of its MSc, MBA and EMBA programs, London Business School came second in the QS Global EMBA Rankings 2017 on account of its reputation for leadershipresearch initiatives and employable graduates.

Its graduates are among the world’s most employable
95% of London Business School master’s in management grads accepted an offer within three months of graduation. 45% of these graduates were hired in the UK and 32% of them in Europe. With an average starting salary of $66,444 (£41,963), London Business School’s Master’s in Management 2016 cohort typically moved into consulting (42%), finance (34%) or technology (13%). A further 11% of recent graduates diversified.

3.INSEAD:


INSEAD: The Business School for the World. As one of the world's leading and largest graduate business schools, INSEAD brings together people, cultures and ideas from around the world to change lives and transform organizations. The unique global perspective and multicultural diversity of INSEAD are reflected in all aspects of its research and teaching, with three campuses across the globe - Asia (Singapore), Europe (Fontainebleau, France) and Middle East (Abu dhabi). Its 148 renowned faculty members from 40 countries inspire more than 1055 MBA participants, 221 executive MBAs, over 9500 executives and 85 PhD candidates.

4.Massachusetts Institute Of Technology (MIT):


Founded in 1861, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.) is the best university in the world according to the QS World University Rankings 2016-2017, a title it has regularly claimed over the last few years. Rated 5+ QS stars, it’s achieved the maximum score across all categories, including research, employability, teaching, facilities, internationalization, innovation, specialist criteria and inclusiveness.
MIT is also the best university in the world for a number of subjects including, but not limited to, architecture, linguistics, computer science and information systems, engineering and technology, chemistry, mathematics, economics and econometrics. Based in Cambridge, MIT’s labs and classroom continue to deliver pioneering research into the world’s most pressing issues, such as cancer therapy, identity politics, global engagement, energy, public service and industry.

5.University Of Pennsylvania:


The University of Pennsylvania is an institution with a long-standing reputation that was founded in 1740 and located in n Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The university has acquired the maximum 5 QS Stars and is the 18th best university in the world according to the latest QS World University Rankings.

6.Stanford University:


The second best university in the world according to our latest rankings, Stanford University ranks among the top five universities in the world across all QS subject areas:
·         Art and humanities
·         Engineering and technology
·         Life sciences and medicine
·         Social sciences and management
·         Natural sciences
Based in Silicon Valley in California, tucked away between the green rolling hills of San Jose and the heights of San Francisco, Stanford University’s manicured lawn has been trodden on by some of the world’s brightest researchers, tech entrepreneurs and influencers of our generation, including Elon Musk, Sergei Brin, Peter Thiel, John Kennedy and Larry Page.

7.University Of Oxford:


The UK-based University of Oxford was rated 5 QS stars, achieving top marks in research, teaching and innovation. The sixth best university in the world according to the QS World University Rankings 2016-2017, the University of Oxford is also eight in the world for employability. The UK university is the best in the world English language and literature, geography, archaeology, anatomy and physiology, arts and humanities.
Based in Oxford, an iconic city just a short drive away from the capital, the University of Oxford has a lovely campus by the Thames river, as well as some of the best pubs in the country, and a string of lovely bars and cinemas.

8.University Of Cambridge:


Founded in 1209, the University of Cambridge has a very rich history, with its oldest college Peterhouse dating back to the year 1284. Some of its most famous alumni include Sir Isaac Newton, the British physicist who discovered gravity, the actor Ian McKellen, the mathematician Stephen Hawking, the actress Emma Thompson and the newspaper editor Arianna Huffington.
The University Arianna  of Cambridge has achieved the maximum five QS stars in four categories: research, innovation, teaching and specialist criteria. In addition to being the fourth best university in the world according to our data, the University of Cambridge is fifth in the graduate employment rankings.
The University of Cambridge is also very competitive in a number of specialisms and ranks among the top three universities in the world for English language and literature, geography, history, modern languages, mechanical engineering, the natural sciences and many others.

9.London School Of Economics and Political Science (LSE):


London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is a leading public university in the UK capital, renowned worldwide for its leadership in the social sciences. Known for its excellence in both research and teaching, the university and its graduates make a significant contribution to global policy and debate.
Ranked 35th overall in the QS World University Rankings 2015/16, LSE is recognized among the world’s very best across a range of academic disciplines. In the 2016 edition of the QS World University Rankings by Subject, LSE ranks within the global top 10 for social policy, development studies, politics, communication and media studies, anthropology, accounting and finance, geography, history, philosophy, law, economics, and business and management studies – with positions in the top 50 for psychology and statistics.

10.University Of California, Berkeley (UCB):


The University of California, Berkeley is one of the world?s leading academic institutions. Widely known as "Cal," the campus is renowned for the size and quality of its libraries and laboratories, the scope of its research and publications, and the distinction of its faculty and students. National rankings consistently place Berkeley?s undergraduate and graduate programs among the very best in a variety of disciplines. Our high-acclaimed faculty currently includes: 7 Nobel Laureates, 225 members of the Academy of Arts & Sciences, 131 members of the National Academy of Science, 87 members of the National Academy of Engineering, a Poet 












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