IESE Business School was ranked among the world's top 10 business schools - tying with MIT for the 9th spot - in the 2011 Financial Times MBA survey, which was published this week. LBS and Wharton share the number one spot in the ranking.
The annual FT ranking is based on data from both alumni and the schools themselves. A total of 158 accredited business schools completed a survey and were included in the ranking. The three main areas analyzed are alumni salaries and career development, the diversity and international reach of the school and its MBA, and research capabilities.
IESE Business School is consistently ranked among the leading business schools in the world by publications including the FT, The Economist and Business Week. The school's full-time MBA program includes students from some 50 different countries. It has a general management focus and features a high-level exchange program with other leading business institutions.