Congratulations to all the Symplicity MBA partners that secured top accolades in the latest prestigious Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2023 published this week.
In particular, we’d like to congratulate three of our European CSM customers who have been ranked in the Top 6 in the world:
- No. 2 INSEAD (France);
- No. 3 IESE Business School (Spain); and
- No. 6 SDA Bocconi School of Management (Italy).
The rankings methodology focused on outcomes while also assessing how an institutions education “reflects diversity and sustainability,” including the MBA’s salary levels outcomes, three year competition rate and wage increase before completion of an MBA.
The FT ranked IE Business School and Iese – both Symplicity clients in Spain – highest “for the extent to which core courses incorporated environmental, social and governance issues, including studying climate solutions that can help organisations reach net zero.”
Essec Business School in France came second only to AGSM at UNSW Business School in Australia – also both Symplicity customers – “for the range of sectors in which alumni worked before studying for an MBA”.
Additionally, many MBAs from Business Schools across the UK made the global Top 100 – now in its 25th year – including several Symplicity CSM and Symplicity CareerHub clients, including: Imperial College Business School, Alliance Manchester Business, Warwick Business School; and City University of London: Bayes, and Cranfield School of Management.
We want, again, to congratulate all of our MBA partners on their continued accomplishments and partnership. For some further analysis and headlines with honourable mentions against specific metrics for from across the UK, Europe and overseas you can view the full rankings list here.