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"Business Week"
   America's most influential business school rankings released media.
   The top three: Northwestern University Kellogg School of Business, University of
Chicago Business School, Harvard Business School
   China's Business School Rank: No Chinese Business School Ranking
   Ranking criteria: in its study, more emphasis on the employment situation of MBA
graduates, and will evaluate students on their school as a very important aspect.
   "Financial Times"
   The top three: 24 January, in the British "Financial Times"
2005 Global MBA rankings, Harvard after a lapse of four years has finally regained
the top spot in global business school, the University of Pennsylvania but had to Wo
Brighton Business School, sharing the honors. Since 2001, Wharton has came out top.
The third is the Columbia University Business School.
   China Business School Ranking: China Europe International Business School
ranked world No. 22, ranking jumped by 31, and a "Financial
Times" Global MBA rankings history, the best the Asia-Pacific Business
School rankings. Hong Kong University of Science and Technology ranked No. 44,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong ranked 69.
   Ranking criteria: in their survey does not include units on the recruitment test, but
the annual salary of three years after graduation as a very important evaluation criteria,
while the number of school graduates with a doctorate rank.
   "Wall Street Journal"
   The top three: the International Institute for Management Development,
Switzerland, Spain ESADE Business School, Carnegie - Mellon University (Tepper
School of Business)
   China Business School Ranking: Ranking of Chinese colleges can not
   Ranking criteria: pay more attention to the employers, it is only right to recruit
MBA Business School, the employer investigated. One of the appraisal standards
include the quality of students and school career services office on the effect of the
required response.
   "The Economist"
   The top three: Spain IESE Business School, Northwestern University Kellogg
Business School, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth University
   China's Business School Rank: cooperation with Fudan University
Master of Business Administration University of Hong Kong School of Business and
Economics, No. 45, ranked first in Asia. HKUST Business School ranked No. 82,
China Europe International Business School at 92.
   Ranking criteria: "economic man" is unique in that it is more
focused on the comparative assessment of student learning before and after the effect
of such an assessment from the students, alumni, employers evaluation.
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Comparison of the world's major MBA rankings
Few topics can be such as business school rankings business school dean to have high
blood pressure. But it is undeniable that such a ranking in the students is very
influential.
Over the past five years, with the vigorous development of MBA graduates in the
market to get into business school rankings in the field of media organizations is also
increasing.
Some of the top business schools get the media publicity materials in the market a big
issue, but some business schools, however, want such a position can dissipate heat
better.
This love-hate relationship between schools and the media, the complex emotional
climax three years ago. At that time, rumors flew that filled the University of
Pennsylvania Wharton School and Harvard Business School in the media dumb,
intention to withdraw from business school rankings.
However, this year the two schools is still to the "Financial
Times" submitted to participate in this year's business school
ranking statistics.
Last year, some business schools began to take the initiative to take positive action to
respond to the ranking results of a roller coaster ups and downs. Embodied in a
number of business school association's action, such as the United States,
the International Association of elite business schools (AACSB) and the European
Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) and so on, began to take concrete
measures in this regard.
Last year in May, the European Foundation for Management Development began with
the major European business school dean who frequent contacts, the purpose is to
develop a guidance document the nature of business school rankings should be
submitted to operation and what data give the school proposal.
European Foundation for Management Development has previously ranked business
school for media guidelines put forward two sets of the first set in the early 90s of last
century made recently set in 2001. However, these guidelines are not to be endemic.
Last year in September, the International Association of elite business schools actively
involved in Business School, the first field of the media rankings. The association
issued a statement on the media business school rankings (including the
"Financial Times" list) expressed dissatisfaction, saying that
such a rating, "Business School of Education will have serious negative
effects."
International Association of elite business schools in its report that the media rankings
are based on inconsistent data and subjective opinions. International Association of
elite business school currently has 515 business schools worldwide were certified.
Elite Business School Association of the International President and CEO of John?
Fernandez (John Fernandes) frankly stated that many business school dean,
"or like this type of appraisal activities. To tell the truth, almost none of the
business school will get a front row after the secret."
However, he considers that such activities will top business schools to bring pressure
on them to pursue short-term benefits. "As CEO, like the blind pursuit of
shareholder returns."
For example, he said that some business school MBA programs in order to spend
more money, or even spending a lot of money at cut doctoral program, because most
business schools with MBA programs rank as the study object.
This in turn led to business schools to reduce the number of doctoral graduates,
thereby enabling the reduction in the school's teachers, eventually leading
to the cost of recruiting new teachers soared.
He said the situation appears, it means that all the elite business school by the
International Association of accredited business schools will be affected, including
400 that missed the list into any business school.
1 pair of business school rankings of the most common dissatisfaction is: different
newspapers and magazines and assess the ranking of results are often very different.
Kellogg School of Northwestern University (Kellogg school) in the
"Business Week" hosted by top ranked business school, but in
the "Financial Times" top ranked only 17th, which triggered a
heated debate.
The answer is obvious: different media to different evaluation criteria, which led to
different results. Evaluation of different media have great differences between the
standard:
■ The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) annual global business school rankings
hundred, which is based on alumni and students feedback, and school data provided.
The main consideration is the top business schools in the extent to which students
meet expectations.
■       "Financial Times" (FT) business school each
year's list hundred worldwide, mainly based on three years after graduation
alumni feedback, the data provided by the school and business school research on the
results of the evaluation. Ranking of the three criteria: the career development of
graduates, the school and the degree of internationalization of innovative ideas.
■ "The Wall Street Journal" (WSJ) The list is based primarily
on feedback from employers MBA graduates. The newspaper published a total of
three charts - the United States, national rankings, the United States, regional rankings
and international rankings. A total of 66 U.S. schools and 13 foreign institutions to
participate in rankings.
■ "Business Week" (BusinessWeek) a business school
rankings published every two years, is based on the graduating students and
employers of feedback, another school of intellectual capital has accounted for 10%
of the score. A total of 30 U.S. schools and 10 business schools were evaluated and
ranked.
■ "Forbes" (Forbes) The list covers the 50 U.S. schools and 15
business schools, is based on 5 years after graduation return on investment.
"Forbes" to "foreign" business school into
a two-year and year two, we are doing all this comprehensive ranking list, this list
merge the two together.
In order to arrive at a unified position, "Financial Times"
decision was based on "Business Week", the EIU,
"Financial         Times",        "Forbes"         and
"The Wall Street Journal," each the Top Ranking , sum up and
discharge a comprehensive ranking. This is the "Financial
Times" Comprehensive ranking second to do this. Ranking is first
introduced three years ago (2003) in January.
Comprehensive ranking of the method is as follows: the school achieved in the
precedence list add up, and then divided by the school to get into the top ten list of the
number.
In this way, can the same time, three among the Top 10 comprehensive schools
rankings, will list more than just access to two front top ten institutions. And so on.
Although statistics from the data perspective, this is not a rigorous method, but the
resulting three comprehensive list or should it reflect the current status of business
school.
The United States and Europe, especially for business schools. However, many people
may still be difficult to accept a Harvard Business School does not include
international rankings.
In 2003, the majority of the media has just set foot in business school rankings. For
example, the Economist Intelligence Unit is the first time in 2002, announced its
business school rankings. But interestingly, several years later, all ranking institutions
increasing differences.
For example, in 2003, Kellogg School of Business, Chicago Business School and
Columbia Business School, the three institutions have access to the EIU,
"Financial Times" and "The Wall Street
Journal," the world's top ten list strong. But by 2006, all the best
business schools in performance, but also at the same time into the list of top ten both.
This could and "The Wall Street Journal" the adjustment of its
assessment standards. In 2003, the "Wall Street Journal," only
set up a list, and in 2005 became three separate charts.
Its international business school rankings more "popular" A lot
of the "Financial Times" and the EIU ranking order of
precedence after the relative by the school. For example, Mexico Yi Pade Business
School (Ipade) and Costa Rica, Central America, Enterprise Research Institute of
Management (Incae) both among the "Wall Street Journal," a
former top ten international rankings, behind Harvard, Stanford and Columbia
Business School before.
If the results do reflect reality, it might explain the business school outside the United
States in the competitiveness of U.S. business schools are being exceeded.
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