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|100||Ipade Business School|
|99||Queen's University: Smith|
|98||AGSM at UNSW Business School|
|97||Melbourne Business School|
|96||Texas A & M University: Mays|
|95||Durham University Business School|
|94||William & Mary: Mason|
|93||Miami Herbert Business School|
|92||Western University: Ivey|
|91||Politecnico di Milano School of Management|
|90||McGill University: Desautels|
|89||EMLyon Business School|
|87||Wisconsin School of Business|
|85||University of Maryland: Smith|
|82||University of Pittsburgh: Katz|
|82||Brigham Young University: Marriott|
|82||University of Minnesota: Carlson|
|81||University of Texas at Dallas: Jindal|
|80||University of Georgia: Terry|
|79||University of Toronto: Rotman|
|76||University of St Gallen|
|76||Lancaster University Management School|
|76||Boston College: Carroll|
|75||Arizona State University: WP Carey|
|74||WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management|
|69||George Washington University|
|69||Rutgers Business School|
|68||Indian Institute of Management Calcutta|
|65||Sungkyunkwan University GSB|
|65||Babson College: Olin|
|65||Tongji University School of Economics and Management|
|64||Essec Business School|
|63||Boston University Questrom School of Business|
|62||Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad|
|60||Pennsylvania State University: Smeal|
|59||HKU Business School|
|58||Shanghai Jiao Tong University: Antai|
|57||Warwick Business School|
|56||Indiana University: Kelley|
|55||Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business|
|54||University of NotreMendoza|
|53||Indian Institute of Management Bangalore|
|51||Singapore Management University: Lee Kong Chian|
|50||CUHK Business School|
|49||University of California at Irvine: Merage|
|48||University of Rochester: Simon Business School|
|47||Rice University: Jones|
|46||University of Texas at Austin: McCombs|
|45||Emory University: Goizueta|
|43||University of Florida: Warrington|
|42||Peking University: Guanghua School of Management|
|41||Vanderbilt University: Owen|
|39||Nanyang Business School, NTU Singapore|
|38||University of North Carolina: Kenan-Flagler|
|37||Ohio State University: Fisher|
|36||HKUST Business School|
|34||Esade Business School|
|32||Indian School of Business|
|32||Fudan University School of Management|
|30||University of Washington: Michael G. Foster School of Business|
|29||Washington University: Olin|
|28||IMD Business School|
|27||Georgetown University: McDonough|
|26||UCLA Anderson School of Management|
|25||University of Southern California: Marshall|
|24||University of Michigan: Ross|
|23||Carnegie Mellon: Tepper|
|22||University of Cambridge: Judge|
|20||University of Virginia: Darden|
|19||Duke University's Fuqua School of Business|
|18||Dartmouth College: Tuck|
|17||Cornell University: Johnson|
|14||New York University: Stern|
|14||University of California at Berkeley: Haas|
|13||SDA Bocconi School of Management|
|11||MIT: Sloan|
|9||Yale School of Management|
|7||University of Chicago: Booth|
|6||Stanford Graduate School of Business|
|5||Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management|
|3||Harvard Business School|
|2||Columbia Business School|
|1||University of Pennsylvania: Wharton|
Table notes
* KPMG reported on the results of obtaining evidence and applying specified audit procedures relating to selected survey data provided for the Financial Times 2022 MBA ranking for selected business schools. Enquiries about the assurance process can be made by contacting Lori Huber of KPMG at [email protected] The specified audit procedures were carried out between October and November 2021. The audit date published denotes the survey for which the specified audit procedures were conducted

** Data in this column are for information only and are not used in the rankings

‡ Harvard does not have a school advisory board

Please note the Covid pandemic has limited global travel which has an impact on the international course experience rank

Some 196 points separate the top programme, at University of Pennsylvania: Wharton, from the school, ranked 100. The schools are divided into four tiers. Business schools in tiers l and ll score above the average for the cohort, and tiers lll and lV are below it. The difference in scores between schools ranked consecutively is greater within tiers l and lV than in tiers ll and lll. Tier l includes 16 schools from University of Pennsylvania: Wharton to Ceibs. Tier ll includes schools from Cornell University: Johnson, ranked 17, to Vanderbilt University: Owen at 41. Tier lll, headed by Peking University: Guanghua, spans schools ranked 42 to 80. Tier lV includes schools from University of Texas at Dallas: Jindal at 81 to Ipade Business School at 100

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