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Imperial College Business School
South Kensington Campus
London
UK
SW7 2AZ

European Business School Rankings 2014

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Rankings at a glance
Rank 201413
Rank 2013016
Rank 2012018
3 year average rank016
CountryUK
MBA 2014
Full time MBA 201416
MBA Salary today ($)103,604
MBA Salary increase (%)68
Executive MBA 2014
Executive MBA 2014[1]17
EMBA Salary today ($)#[1]139,343
EMBA Salary increase (%)#[1]59
Masters in Management 2014
Masters in Management 2014[2]16
Masters in Management salary today ($)6,52654,031
Executive Education 2014
Open programmes - Executive Education 2014-
Custom programmes - Executive Education 201423
Faculty
Female Faculty (%)[3]130
International Faculty (%)[3]490
Faculty with doctorate (%)[3]3100

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1. # Figure in brackets refers to data from second programme for schools with more than one programme ranked.

2. † The Cems programme was ranked fifth in the Masters in Management 2014 rankings, but it has not been included in the European Business Schools 2014 ranking as it is a programme and not a school.

3. ‡ Data are provided for information only. Most recently published data are given.