Best business and management degrees in the world

QS Top Universities has revealed the top tertiary institutions at which to study business and management degrees.

By - March 25, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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QS Top Universities has released its latest “World University Rankings by Subject” report, detailing the top tertiary institutions at which to study business and management degrees.

The rankings cover 42 disciplines, with the latest report “highlight the world’s top-performing universities in each academic area”.

New subjects covered by the report in 2016 include: anthropology, archaeology, mining engineering, nursing, performing arts, and social policy.

The table below details the top universities in the world at which to study business and management degrees.

Best universities for business and management degrees

Rank University
1 Harvard University
2 London Business School
3 INSEAD
4 Stanford University
5 University of Pennsylvania
6 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
7 University of Cambridge
8 University of Oxford
9 London School of Economics and Political Science
10 Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi

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