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Rank '09
Rank '08[1]
Rank '07[1]
3 yr. rank[1]
Prog. design[3]
Aims achieved[8]
Future use[12]
Intl. part.[13]
Intl. progs[14]
Fac. diversity[16]
Int. clients[17]
Revenue ($m)[19]
1111Duke Corporate EducationUSA / South Africa / UK / India1111181172417112135741 (3)64.6
25116HEC ParisFeatured business schoolFrance432222233175230409401143 (3)11
3433Harvard Business SchoolUSA22334333245605431131235 (3)n/a
4223IMD Business SchoolSwitzerland121199134461231219201838254 (3)57.7*
5201714InseadFeatured business schoolFrance / Singapore34101010625112118212021853448 (3)n/a
6946Iese Business SchoolFeatured business schoolSpain926143134262314624189126545 (3)17.6*
681710University of Pennsylvania: WhartonUSA858147421311127924439211431 (3)50.6**
82--Northwestern University: KelloggUSA34517337161011126513727453123 (2)n/a
8253322Esade Business SchoolFeatured business schoolSpain61261115219182329161452911935 (3)19**
10111311Ipade Business SchoolMexico584854449238543759445430 (3)n/a
11657Babson Executive EducationUSA15916582810215313364633304539 (3)n/a
11111011Hult Ashridge Executive EducationUK251520182338181532271246717143 (3)46.7**
13212720Cranfield School of ManagementFeatured business schoolUK141712161411192941342933169847 (3)22.2
14241518Center for Creative LeadershipUSA / Belgium / Singapore3331723101714741562293029628 (3)37.8*
15354331Essec Business SchoolFrance / Singapore202319209784528113481710351832 (3)11.4**
16292724Fundação Dom CabralBrazil7141822111534165103472040534132 (3)34.1**
17231217University of North Carolina: Kenan-FlaglerUSA1013172121221518827445425502831 (3)13.6**
18162520SDA Bocconi School of ManagementItaly1828222718621341991755719333543 (3)19.8*
197611University of Chicago: BoothUSA / UK / Singapore1927152420202713101430354356221532 (3)n/a
19152921Wisconsin School of BusinessUSA16611616126471643605463646521 (3)n/a
21302325Western University: IveyCanada / China2134261319182427201922593218241632 (3)n/a
22111717Stockholm School of EconomicsSweden / Russia / Latvia31252928299129261610191047552536 (3)11.3
22162320University of Michigan: RossUSA1120314121458453833335051154724 (3)n/a
249814Thunderbird School of Global ManagementUSA13291312306125484020393154124433 (3)n/a
25272225London Business SchoolFeatured business schoolUK301838193151205348491571284340 (3)30.1
26253127Kelley Executive Partners at Indiana UniversityUSA232235152552839292211152646503733 (3)n/a
27344234InsperBrazil17162829226033357134333947226031 (3)6.5
2819718Columbia Business SchoolUSA2272571755726554637602721263031 (3)n/a
28415240IE Business SchoolFeatured business schoolSpain2936273939102237352328163411492654 (3)7.2*
30332630Stanford Graduate School of BusinessUSA442436262656326142523401834283427 (3)n/a
3116919MIT: SloanUSA273033383745452847352439544311721 (3)14**
32272026Boston University: QuestromUSA2435243028573722222851493437202429 (3)n/a
32373735University of Oxford: SaïdFeatured business schoolUK3519423232292944524035171635302337 (3)13.4**
32464340University of St GallenFeatured business schoolSwitzerland283832404539412027603251524142231 (3)5.3
35503841University of Virginia: DardenUSA435030253335175211856282751561935 (3)14**
36364940Tias Business School, Tilburg UniversityNetherlands42394547442443493131822355562038 (3)6
37424341EMLyon Business SchoolFeatured business schoolFrance2637213435333859564114251327482129 (3)6.5
38221324Emory University: GoizuetaUSA3741233624303525253340504662613624 (3)2.9**
38475246Católica Lisbon School of Business and EconomicsPortugal3843413542233630164221605453396149 (3)3.4
40534747Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus UniversityNetherlands5348344536134951494849112319121039 (3)n/a
41453942Vlerick Business SchoolBelgium453237464164314346477254621372737 (3)6.4*
41514947Gordon Institute of Business Science at UPSouth Africa4045395049464024303625322150414038 (3)n/a
43322935University of Texas at Austin: McCombsUSA394440372731445253504561457365633 (3)8**
44---ESMT BerlinFeatured business schoolGermany3221514160593032134559295015471311 (1)8.9
45546153Melbourne Business School, Mt ElizaAustralia4747503340193950545436421135343937 (3)17**
46---Incae Business SchoolCosta Rica / Nicaragua364244495354552333306323446414311 (1)2.5*
47404042University of Toronto: RotmanCanada4640494838404640394450444243385625 (3)n/a
47576055AGSM at UNSW Business SchoolAustralia4852465143494838435153482713103827 (3)n/a
49-56-Carnegie Mellon: TepperUSA414656424852425642553127505374914 (2)n/a
50486253Edhec Business SchoolFeatured business schoolFrance5033474450124764375946134425503327 (3)2
51---Queen's University: SmithCanada4955434356535219362660463421545122 (2)n/a
52585154York University: SchulichCanada5249485447585342503941585012456334 (3)7.4*
53554651Aalto UniversityFinland / S. Korea / Singapore5551525352415046444348105465602934 (3)4.1
54645859Warwick Business SchoolUK5753575246485131515244375431585831 (3)9**
55443344Lancaster University Management SchoolUK5657545551345657625642122742194727 (3)2.7
56---University of Notre Dame: MendozaUSA5154586058475436383755604664255513 (1)2.5**
5759--Eada Business School BarcelonaFeatured business schoolSpain5459555657325762615347534141594633 (2)2.3**
58656563BI Norwegian Business SchoolNorway5960535955625854346152372160635935 (3)10.6
59-62-Nyenrode Business UniversiteitNetherlands5862596162275955585857525461626227 (3)14.5**
59635559Macquarie Business SchoolAustralia6056605861506061606462605438185336 (3)3.3**
61---NHH Norwegian School of EconomicsNorway6464655754166365593261413358654222 (2)9.7
62625961Wits Business SchoolSouth Africa6363626259656258575754432716265035 (3)4.4**
6360--USB Executive DevelopmentSouth Africa6258616363366163646258565443306429 (3)n/a
64---Irish Management InstituteIreland6161646564636441656365185449413210 (1)4*
65---CeibsChina656563646543656063656457234155224 (3)n/a
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1. These data are for information only.

2. The level of interaction with the business school; the extent to which purchasers’ ideas were integrated into the programme; and the effectiveness of the business school in integrating its latest research into the programme.

3. The flexibility of the course and the willingness of business schools to complement their own faculty with specialists and practitioners.

4. Contemporary and appropriate teaching materials and a suitable mix of academic rigour and practical relevance.

5. The quality of the teaching and the extent to which teaching staff worked together to present a coherent programme.

6. The relevance of new skills to the workplace, the ease with which they were implemented and the extent to which the course encouraged new ways of thinking.

7. The level of follow-up offered after the course participants returned to their workplace.

8. The degree to which academic and business expectations were met.

9. The quality of food and accommodation.

10. The quality of the teaching accommodation, IT and library facilities.

11. Purchaser’s rating, in terms of value for money, of the course design, teaching materials and food and accommodation.

12. Purchasers were asked to rate the likelihood that they a participant would use the same business school again and if they would or use that business school to do the same programme again.

13. Custom programmes with participants from more than one country.

14. Custom programmes that have been taught in more than one country.

15. Custom programmes developed or taught in conjunction with other business schools.

16. The mix of faculty by nationality and gender.

17. Amalgamates the percentage of clients headquartered outside the business school’s base country and region (e.g. North America, Europe, South America).

18. The number of individual surveys completed by clients of the business school. Figure in brackets indicates the total number of years of survey data included in the ranking.
These data are provided for information only.

19. Income from customised programmes in 2008 in millions of $US. For schools based outside the US figures are based on average dollar currency exchange rates for 2008.
These data are provided for information only.

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