The world’s best MBA programs in 2019

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The success of the Stanford University business program is attributed to the drive it gives to entrepreneurship. This classification also evaluates the salary of graduates, employability, return on investment, the diversity of the teaching staff, among others.

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Times Higher Education (THE), unveils the ranking of best business schools in the world in 2019. Of more than 250 institutions examined, Stanford University ranks first.

The success of the Stanford University business program is attributed to the drive it gives to entrepeneurship. This classification also evaluates the salary of graduates, employability, return on investment, the diversity of the teaching staff, among others.

In Europe, the London Business School stands out at number one. Admissions director, David Simpson, points to personalization as the primary virtue of any MBA program: "Our MBA stands out in three ways. You choose the program length with flexible exit points at 15, 18 or 21 months. You customize your curriculum with tailored core courses and a choice of new and exciting electives."

In Latin America, the EGADE Business School of Tec de Monterrey heads the list. In this regard, Ignacio de la Vega, dean of EGADE states: "Business schools should be the main catalysts of innovation and entrepreneurship in our societies since these are the true drivers of social and economic progress."

Top Five MBAs per region:

United States

Stanford University

Harvard University

Wharton School of Business

MIT (Sloan)

The University of Chicago (Booth)

Latin America

EGADE Business School - Mexico

INCAE Business School - Costa Rica

IPADE Business School - Mexico

IAE Business School - Argentina

University of Chile - Chile

Europe

Business School of London - United Kingdom

INSEAD - Multicampus

HEC Paris - France

IE Business School - Spain

Saïd Business School - United Kingdom

Canada

Rotman School of Management

McGill University (Desautels)

Ivey Business School

Schulich School of Business

Queens School of Business

Asia

INSEAD - Multicampus

China Europe International Business School - China

University of Hong Kong - Hong Kong

NUS Business School - Singapore

Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad - India

Oceania

Melbourne Business School - Australia

Australian Graduate School of Management - Australia

Monash Business School - Australia

The University of Queensland - Australia

Macquarie Graduate School of Management – Australia