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Wom. faculty[9]
Wom. students[10]
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1HEC ParisFranceHEC Master of Science in Management66,47260,94557,71452,915141786283[20]1939102921408344214,86018-
2ESCP EuropeFrance / U.K. / Spain / Germany / ItalyESCP-EAP Master / Grande Ecole Programme54,16054,86447,02447,635181586885[21]255273643737551214,80024-
3CemsSee footnote[22]Cems MIM (Master in International Management)56,19254,47148,78847,29411685n/a[23]80[24]35513314588371322012An undergraduate degree in management or business is required.
4London School of Economics and Political ScienceU.KMSc Management53,80053,80046,71146,7111768624n/a[25]1461n/a7994n/a93217022,59012-
5Bradford University School of ManagementU.K.MA in Management54,20554,20547,06347,063517311100[26]37571829962773924010,06312-
6Esade Business SchoolFeatured business schoolSpainMaster in Management45,50745,01539,51139,08410785186[27]214733194610072146217,500*10Undergraduate degree in management or business required to enter the programme from September 2006. From September 2007, students of any discipline considered.
7Essec Business SchoolFranceMS in Strategy and Management of International Business51,92051,92045,07945,079201278985[28]202515281689068113,30014-
8Grenoble Graduate School of BusinessFeatured business schoolFranceMaster in International Business48,48648,48642,09842,098193862380[29]3759173891315412519,40024-
9EMLyon Business SchoolFranceMSc in Management45,67346,93239,65540,748231379686[20]25511327126381123214,83024-
10University of Cologne, Faculty of ManagementGermanyMasters in Management / Economics59,47159,47151,63551,635220811492[30]244307210638160048Undergraduate degree in management or economics is required.
11Aston Business SchoolFeatured business schoolU.K.MSc Business Studies / MSc International Business41,02041,02035,61535,61516486778[31]284927387347841021010,28611-
12Edhec Business SchoolFranceEdhec Grande Ecole - Master in Management45,57248,09739,56741,760221877493[31]2647202611706079215,50024-
13Solvay Brussels School of Economics and ManagementBelgiumMaster of Science in Management / Master en Ingéniorat de Gestion43,58743,58737,84437,844131074596[32]19324241147813521,50024Undergraduate degree is usually required
14Copenhagen Business SchoolDenmarkMSc in Economics and Business Administration / MSc in Business, Language and Culture51,44554,79644,66747,576324781962[33]3043231120157520110024Undergraduate degree in economics or business is required.
15Stockholm School of EconomicsSwedenThe Master of Science Program (MSc) in Economics and Business44,32645,68438,48639,665911811381[34]1641211210149511120048Limited access at masters level. An undergraduate degree in economics and / or business is required.
16Audencia NantesFranceAudencia Master in Management (Grande Ecole programme)42,75844,14037,12438,325219781073[35]2455030112076187212,20024-
17University of Bath School of ManagementU.K.MSc in Management39,90839,90834,65034,650155832186[36]28641933831493191909,01312-
18University College Dublin: SmurfitIrelandMaster of Business Studies47,72847,72841,43941,439825751696[37]24441232215791211518,55011Undergraduate degree in management or business is required.
19NHHNorwayMaster of Science in Economics and Business Administration49,10249,83142,63243,265623791192[38]17375512908925131195221.5 years of studies in business administration or economics required.
20Aalto UniversityFinlandMaster of Science in Economics and Business Administration44,09847,89738,28841,586722761786[39]324536630752214225048Undergraduate degree with some business / economics is required.
20Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus UniversityNetherlandsMSc in Business Administration41,57645,38536,09839,405421721592[40]12313321343391151001,50012Those with any non management degree are eligible for an extended 2-year masters programme.
22WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business)AustriaDegree Program in Business Administration45,03345,03339,09939,0991187920n/a[25]38512011202066161812,907**48New masters programmes will be introduced in October 2007.
23Corvinus University of BudapestHungaryMaster of Sciences in Business Administration38,22844,39733,19138,5471219801887[41]39540113682232011,76020Undergraduate degree in economics or business is required.
24Nyenrode Business UniversiteitNetherlandsMaster of Science in Management42,45748,78036,86342,352251480350[29]2025027869822423023,70016-
25University of Strathclyde Business SchoolU.K.MSc in Business and Management31,74431,74427,56127,561242722296[41]363745178255611722014,70012-
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Footnotes

1. An average of salaries three years after graduation. The figure shown is in US Dollars. It is NOT used in the ranking.

2. The ‘salary today’ figure adjusted for salary variations between industry sectors. The figure shown is in US Dollars.

3. An average of salaries three years after graduation. The figure shown is in Euros. It is NOT used in the ranking.

4. The 'salary today' figure adjusted for salary variations between industry sectors. The figure shown is in Euros.

5. The rank is calculated using alumni salaries three years after graduation and course costs. The length of the course is also taken into consideration.

6. The career status of alumni three years after graduation. Progression is measured according to level of seniority and the size of company in which they are employed.

7. The extent to which alumni fulfilled their goals or reasons for doing a Masters in Management. This is measured as a percentage of total returns for a school.

8. Alumni who used the careers service at their business school were asked to rank its effectiveness in their job search.

9. Percentage of female faculty.

10. Percentage of female students.

11. Percentage of female members of the advisory board.

12. Percentage of faculty whose citizenship differs from their country of employment.

13. Percentage of students whose citizenship differs from the country in which they are studying.

14. Percentage of the board whose citizenship differs from the country in which the business school is based.

15. Percentage of faculty with a doctoral degree.

16. A measure based on changes in the country of employment of alumni between graduation and today.

17. Weighted average of four criteria that measure international exposure during the Masters programme.

18. Number of additional languages required on graduation from the Masters programme.

19. The length of the Masters programme.

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22. The Cems programme is taught in 17 different countries.

23. Cems has not sutdent placement office.

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