More than 300 deans from around the world voted Harvard the bestin the 2009 Eduniversal global top 1,000 business school rankings,announced at the French company’s convention in Cape Town lastweek. London Business School earned the second highest vote andCopenhagen Business School came third. Next year Eduniversal willlaunch a global ranking of masters programmes.
The ranking uses a range of criteria – such as peer voting, countryquotas and factors, accreditation and performance in other rankings- which makes it more comprehensive and globally representativethan existing rankings that “have focused on certain geographiczones or have privileged certain categories of criteria”.
In the coming years, the peer voting system will be enlarged toinclude 1,000 human resource directors from the world’s biggestmultinational companies, and a large-scale satisfaction survey ofalumni.
The top-scoring schools in each of the nine regions were:
* Africa: University of Cape Town, Graduate School of Business,South Africa.
* Central Asia: Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore,India.
* Eastern Europe: University of Economics, Prague, CzechRepublic.
* Eurasia and the Middle East: Tel Aviv University, Leon RecanatiGraduate School of Business, Israel.
* Far East Asia: National University of Singapore, NUS BusinessSchool, Singapore.
* Latin America: ITESM – Egade Monterrey, Mexico.
* North America: Harvard Business School, United States
* Oceania: University of Auckland Business School, NewZealand.
* Western Europe: London Business School, United Kingdom.
Globally, the very top ranks are dominated by the United Statesand, especially, Europe. The 10 top-scoring business schools in thedeans vote were:
1- Harvard Business School, US.
2- London Business School, UK.
3- Copenhagen Business School, Denmark.
4- MIT – Sloan School of Management, US.
5- McGill University – Desaultes Faculty of Management,Canada.
6- Erasmus University – Rotterdam School of Management, theNetherlands.
7- INSEAD Europe Campus, France.
8- ESADE Business Scool, Spain.
8- HSE – Helsinki School of Economics, Finland.
10- Stanford University Graduate School of Business, US
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