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The Financial Times is a business newspaper based in London and available in more than 100 countries It has been publishing an annual list of the best business schools around the world since 1999, and ranks far more business schools than other MBA-ranking sources.
The Financial Times provides a broader global perspective. The Financial Times uses well-rounded data drawn from both the schools and their alumni, and incorporated with information from prior years. Financial Times rankings also give you a sense of faculty quality as its rankings consider academic contributions.
Career progression of graduates (55%)
Diversity of faculty, students and board members and the international experience of students (25%)
Faculty research and publication (20%)
The Financial Times collects data using surveys from business schools and alumni three years after graduation. Like other MBA ranking sources, the Financial Times also incorporates survey data from the two previous years. Additionally, the Financial Times uses a research component that takes into consideration papers written by the faculty that have appeared in top academic journals during the past three years.