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[排名] THE 与 WSJ 首次联合发布 2019全球商学院排名

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发表于 2018-12-6 23:17:36 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式

2018年12月6日,Times Higher Education(泰晤士高等教育,简称THE)与 The Wall Street Journal(华尔街日报,简称WSJ)首次联合发布了全球商学院排名。作为2019年大家挑选商学院的参考指南。

本次排名分为以下4个部分

  • 2年制MBA
  • 1年制MBA
  • 管理类硕士
  • 金融类硕士

读书前后的薪资变化排名权重最高,占比12%,师生比例紧随其后,占比11%。6楼有详细介绍排名方法。

MBA方面:

2年制MBA排名榜首被Stanford GSB摘得;中欧国际工商学院(CEIBS)杀入全球前十;复旦大学管理学院第17跻身20强。中欧和复旦成为榜单TOP 30中唯二的非美国的商学院。

1年制的MBA冠军被香港大学(HKU)摘得。

steven:

对了,最后在这里说一下大家可能都比较关注的一个问题。因为这次是THE和WSJ的第一次商学院排名,所以很多学校并没有参加。所以才会出现现在这种情况。大家理性的看待排名吧~ 更多关注一下排名后面的数据,找到自己真正想要的。

 楼主| 发表于 2018-12-6 23:17:41 | 显示全部楼层

THE/WSJ Top Business School Rankings 2019 (Two-Year MBA degrees)

Rank University Country
1 Stanford Graduate School of Business United States
2 Cornell University: Johnson United States
3 Vanderbilt University: Owen United States
4 University of Chicago: Booth United States
5 Duke University: Fuqua United States
6 University of Virginia: Darden United States
6 Yale School of Management United States
8 Carnegie Mellon: Tepper United States
9 Purdue University: Krannert United States
10 China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) China
10 University of Michigan: Ross United States
12 Rice University: Jones United States
12 University of Pittsburgh: Katz United States
14 Emory University: Goizueta United States
14 University of California, San Diego: Rady United States
16 University of California, Berkeley: Haas United States
17 Fudan University School of Management China
17 University of Maryland: Smith United States
19 University of Texas at Austin: McCombs United States
20 Washington University in St Louis: Olin United States
21 Georgetown University: McDonough United States
22 University of Minnesota: Carlson United States
23 University of Southern California: Marshall United States
24 University of California, Davis Graduate School of Management United States
25 Georgia Institute of Technology: Scheller United States
26 New York University: Stern United States
27 William & Mary: Mason United States
28 George Washington University School of Business United States
29 University of California, Irvine: Merage United States
30 University of Washington: Foster United States
31 SMU: Cox United States
32 TCU Neeley School of Business United States
33 Brigham Young University: Marriott United States
34 Ohio State University: Fisher United States
35 Arizona State University: Carey United States
36 Boston College: Carroll United States
37 Pennsylvania State University: Smeal United States
38 ESADE Business School Spain
39 INCAE Business School Costa Rica
40 University of Connecticut School of Business United States
41 Tulane University: Freeman United States
42 Willamette University: Atkinson United States
43 Sasin School of Management Thailand
44 American University: Kogod United States
45 Miami Business School United States
46 Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey United States
47 Northeastern University: D’Amore-McKim United States
48 McGill University: Desautels Canada
49 Grenoble School of Management France
50 University of Toronto: Rotman Canada
51 North Carolina State University: Poole United States
52 Yonsei University School of Business Korea, Republic of
53 McMaster University: DeGroote Canada
54 Rochester Institute of Technology: Saunders United States
 楼主| 发表于 2018-12-6 23:17:45 | 显示全部楼层

THE/WSJ Top Business School Rankings 2019 (One-Year MBA degrees)

Rank University Country
1 University of Hong Kong Hong Kong, China
2 Indian School of Business India
3 Indian Institute of Management Calcutta India
4 S P Jain School of Global Management Australia
5 IMD Switzerland
6 Western University: Ivey Canada
7 Cranfield School of Management United Kingdom
8 Melbourne Business School Australia
9 NUS Business School Singapore
10 HEC Paris France
11 Eada Business School Barcelona Spain
12 TIAS School for Business and Society Netherlands
13 Lancaster University Management School United Kingdom
14 Imperial College Business School United Kingdom
15 Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow United Kingdom
16 ESMT Berlin Germany
17 City, University of London: Cass United Kingdom
18 Leeds University Business School United Kingdom
18 Strathclyde Business School United Kingdom
20 Durham University Business School United Kingdom
21 Mannheim Business School Germany
21 Nottingham University Business School United Kingdom
23 EMLyon Business School France
24 ESIC Business and Marketing School Spain
25 University of Texas at Dallas: Jindal United States
26 University of Tennessee, Knoxville: Haslam United States
27 Queen’s University: Smith Canada
28 University of Liverpool Management School United Kingdom
29 University of Oklahoma: Price United States
30 HEC Montreal Canada
31 Maastricht School of Management Netherlands
32 Copenhagen Business School Denmark
33 IAE Business School Argentina
34 University of Kentucky: Gatton United States
35 University of Kansas School of Business United States
 楼主| 发表于 2018-12-6 23:17:50 | 显示全部楼层

THE/WSJ Top Business School Rankings 2019 (Master's in Management)

Rank University Country
1 Thunderbird School of Global Management United States
2 HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management Germany
3 WHU: Beisheim Germany
4 Eada Business School Barcelona Spain
5 Imperial College Business School United Kingdom
6 University of Mannheim Business School Germany
6 Wake Forest University School of Business United States
8 IQS School of Management Spain
9 ESSEC Business School France
9 Maastricht University School of Business and Economics Netherlands
11 Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow United Kingdom
12 City, University of London: Cass United Kingdom
13 Lancaster University Management School United Kingdom
14 Grenoble School of Management France
15 University of Bath School of Management United Kingdom
16 Antwerp Management School Belgium
17 Skema Business School France
18 EMLyon Business School France
19 Durham University Business School United Kingdom
19 Hult International Business School United States
21 Jönköping International Business School Sweden
22 Nova School of Business and Economics Portugal
23 University of Exeter Business School United Kingdom
24 IÉSEG School of Management France
25 Audencia Business School France
26 Kozminski University Poland
27 Rennes School of Business France
28 Toulouse Business School France
29 Burgundy School of Business France
30 EM Strasbourg Business School France
 楼主| 发表于 2018-12-6 23:17:55 | 显示全部楼层

THE/WSJ Top Business School Rankings 2019 (Master's in Finance)

Rank University Country
1 Vanderbilt University: Owen United States
2 Washington University in St Louis: Olin United States
3 Eada Business School Barcelona Spain
4 ESIC Business and Marketing School Spain
5 Imperial College Business School United Kingdom
6 Cranfield School of Management United Kingdom
7 Purdue University: Krannert United States
8 Tulane University: Freeman United States
9 City, University of London: Cass United Kingdom
10 Nottingham University Business School United Kingdom
11 Skema Business School France
12 Grenoble School of Management France
13 ESSEC Business School France
14 Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow United Kingdom
15 Durham University Business School United Kingdom
16 Nova School of Business and Economics Portugal
17 EMLyon Business School France
18 Lancaster University Management School United Kingdom
19 UC3M Business Spain
20 Strathclyde Business School United Kingdom
21 Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin Ireland
22 Kozminski University Poland
23 National Sun Yat-sen University College of Management Taiwan, China
 楼主| 发表于 2018-12-6 23:34:37 | 显示全部楼层

THE/WSJ Analysis of Business Schools: Methodology

The rankings adopt a balanced scorecard approach, with 20 individual performance indicators combining to create an overall score that reflects the strength of each programme and school. The indicators are drawn either from institutional data or from a survey of business school alumni. In most cases, the data are normalised so that the values assigned in each metric can be compared sensibly with those in other metrics. These scores are then aggregated into four key areas, which we call pillars. The methodology is common to all four of the rankings, with the exception of the salary metric, with differences detailed below.

Resources

  • Faculty per student 11%
  • Teaching qualifications 6%
  • Career support staff per student 4%
  • Career support effectiveness 4%

This pillar reflects the human and instructional resources made available by the school to their students. Faculty per student gives a sense of whether the school has enough teachers to ensure students are fully supported. Teaching qualifications measures the proportion of teaching staff with a doctorate. Given the strong focus of business schools on career improvement, we also look at career support facilities, taking in both the number of career support staff per student and the effectiveness of the career support, according to the alumni surveyed.

The first three metrics are at the school level, and the last one is at the programme level.

Engagement

  • Learning engagement 5%
  • Interaction with teachers and 
  • Students 5%
  • Student recommendation 5%
  • Real-world relevance 5%
  • Research in teaching 5%

This pillar is built entirely from data collected in our alumni survey, which elicited almost 23,000 responses from students from three different cohorts: those who finished their studies in 2012 (y−5), 2013 (y−4) and 2015 (y−2). Responses to 10 questions are compiled into five metrics.

To assess learning engagement, we look at the answers to four questions:

  • To what extent did the respondent’s school support critical thinking? For example, developing new concepts or evaluating different points of view;
  • To what extent did the teaching support reflection on, or making connections among, the things that the student has learned? For example, combining ideas from different lessons to complete a task;
  • To what extent did the teaching support the application of the students’ learning to the real world? For example, taking study excursions to see concepts in action;
  • To what extent did the classes challenge the respondent? For example, presenting new ways of thinking to challenge assumptions or values.

To capture a student’s opportunity to interact with others to support learning, we use the responses to two questions:

  • To what extent does the student have the opportunity to interact with faculty and teachers? For example, talking about personal progress in feedback sessions;
  • To what extent does the college provide opportunities for collaborative learning? For example, group assignments.

In view of the practical nature of business degrees and to assess the level of relevance to the real world, we asked alumni the degree to which real-world cases were used in teaching, and whether they had the opportunity to meet or work with professionals with current real-world knowledge (outside the teaching itself). To account for the use of research in teaching, we asked about the extent to which current research was used and discussed during class.

Finally, we asked alumni about the likelihood of their recommending the school to a friend or family member. All those metrics are at the programme level.

Outcomes

  • Salary difference 12% (MBA: difference after/before. MIM, MIF: after)
  • Network 6%
  • Social good 5%
  • Entrepreneurship 5%
  • Opportunities 5%
  • Worth 5%

This pillar looks at various measures of outcomes, using alumni data from our survey.

The salary metric looks at the reported salaries of alumni: in the case of the MBA ranking, we look at the difference between current and pre-MBA salary; in the case of the MIM and MIF rankings, we look at the current salary only.

All salaries are adjusted for location, sector and gender; we also account for the employment status of the respondents (self-employed or salaried) and their work frequency (part-time or full-time). This allows us to draw meaningful comparisons between both the various respondents and respondents’ “before” and “after” salaries (such as in cases where alumni moved from one sector to another, or changed country or work frequency).

The other metrics in the outcomes pillar are derived from scores given on several questions in the alumni survey.

For the opportunities metric, we asked alumni how useful their degree was in helping them find opportunities in their chosen professional field.

For the entrepreneurship metric, we asked about how useful the knowledge acquired during their degree was (or would be) in helping them set up their own business.

For the worth metric, we asked alumni to rate the extent to which their degree was worth the amount paid for it.

For the social good metric, we asked alumni whether they had volunteered during the last year.

For the network metric, we combined responses to four questions asking alumni to rate both how much they had used and contributed to the alumni network for both professional and non-professional interactions.

All those metrics are at the programme level.

Environment

  • International students 3%
  • Female students 3%
  • International staff 2%
  • Female staff 2%
  • Economic diversity 2%

This pillar looks at the make-up of the student and staff body at each school, helping students to determine whether they will find themselves in a diverse, supportive and inclusive university environment.

We examine the schools’ proportion of international students and international staff, which are key indicators of whether they are able to attract talent from across the world. It also demonstrates which institutions have cultivated a multicultural campus where students from different backgrounds have the opportunity to learn from one another.

We examine gender diversity, by measuring the percentage of female students and percentage of female staff.

Finally, in order to address the contribution of the business school to social mobility, we measure its proportion of first-generation students. 

The first four metrics are at the school level, and the last one is at the programme level.

 楼主| 发表于 2018-12-6 23:34:41 | 显示全部楼层
自沙
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这个。。。哈佛哥大沃顿西北呢?
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The和QS的排名日常辣眼睛
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tangtang2019 发表于 2018-12-8 14:06
这个。。。哈佛哥大沃顿西北呢?

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