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These are the 27 best universities in Europe to do an MBA, according to the Financial Times

Doing an MBA is often the path to a high-level job and a big salary in the world of business. But choosing where to go can be difficult.

The FT’s Global MBA ranking for 2016 took loads of data from business schools, including average salaries, the increase in salary its graduates see three years after finishing their degree, and the percentage of grads in work three months after finishing school. It then collated that data to create a list of the 100 best business schools in the world for doing an MBA.

Many of the top schools are in the US, but Business Insider UK picked out the best schools in Europe.

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27. (94 out of 100) Grenoble Ecole de Management — The lowest-ranked French school on the list, in the Alpine town of Grenoble, has an average alumni salary of $93,680, and MBA holders get a salary increase of 80%.

26. (92 out of 100) Birmingham Business School — The business school of England’s second city is the lowest-ranked European MBA programme where graduates earn more than $100,000 on average. Graduates tend to bring in a salary of $103,344.

25. (84 out of 100) EDHEC Business School — The school, which is based in Lille, France, but teaches its MBA course in the coastal town of Nice, is another new entry onto the FT’s list. People holding an MBA from EDHEC can expect their salary to swell by 66% after graduating.

24. (79 out of 100) Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School at University College Dublin — The only Irish college on the FT’s list falls six places from 73rd overall in last year’s ranking. On average, Smurfit MBAs bring in $107,185 per year in wages.

23. (66 out of 100) Durham University Business School — Not only is Durham one of the UK’s best universities in general, but it is also home to one of the world’s best MBA programmes, climbing 13 places overall. The average graduate will enjoy a 77% rise in their salary after completing their MBA.

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22. (64 of 100) European School of Management and Technology — One of just two German business schools on this list, the Berlin-based ESMT has fallen one place overall this year. Graduates earn a 62% salary increase and average earnings of $107,234.

21. (63 out of 100) University of Strathclyde Business School — Strathclyde is home to the highest-ranking MBA programme in Scotland, having jumped a massive 17 places in the worldwide ranking.

20. (60 out of 100) University of St Gallen — The 120-year-old university in Switzerland offers MBA holders an average salary of $112,940 per year after graduation, and an average increase in salary of 60%.

19. (57 out of 100) Cranfield School of Management — Unlike most universities on this list, Cranfield does not take undergraduates, allowing it to focus solely on postgraduate courses like MBAs. This year the university has dropped by 12 places in the FT’s overall ranking. MBA grads earn an average of $116,604.

18. (49 out of 100) Mannheim Business School — Mannheim’s MBA programme is officially the best in Germany, according to the FT rankings. This position is helped by average earnings of $109,622 and a salary bump of 79% after graduation.

17. (46 out of 100) Warwick Business School — Located in central England, Warwick has a stellar list of alumni, including the former CEO of Burger King and Heinz and Ralf Speth, the boss of Jaguar Land Rover. Warwick MBAs can expect to earn upwards of $122,287 per year.

16. (42 out of 100) Rotterdam School of Management at Erasmus University — Rotterdam’s management school is the only Dutch university to make the MBA rankings. Well-known alumni include Bart Brecht, the former CEO of FTSE 100 consumer-goods company Reckitt Benckiser. The average Rotterdam MBA earns $107,998.

15. (40 out of 100) The Lisbon MBA — Portugal’s best business school is the only one in the country to make this list. An MBA from the school gets the average graduate a doubled salary within three years of graduation.

14. (38 out of 100) Alliance Manchester Business School — Part of the University of Manchester, the Alliance School offers MBA graduates the chance to earn $117,918 per year after they finish their degree. It fell by three places in this year’s ranking, dropping from 35th place last year.

13. (37 out of 100) Cass Business School at City University London — Cass, named after 17th-century merchant Sir John Cass, ranks as Britain’s sixth-best business school and has jumped eight places in the overall ranking this year, after placing 45th last year. The average Cass MBA holder earns $121,402 per year and can expect an 82% increase in their salary.

T12. (35 out of 100) Imperial College Business School — Imperial has a reputation as a great university for the sciences, but its business school is also one of the best on the planet. MBA graduates from Imperial earn an average of $112,301.

T12. (35 out of 100) Lancaster University Management School — Lancaster’s MBA programme soared by 15 places in the worldwide ranking this year, thanks to the big increase in salary seen by its graduates. They can expect to earn 111% more three years after getting their advanced degree.

10. (28 out of 100) Saïd Business School at University of Oxford — Oxford may be one of the best universities in the UK, but it drops down the list this year. In 2015, the Saïd school ranked 22nd overall on the FT’s list. Eighty-two percent of MBA grads are in a job three months after graduating, according to the FT’s ranking.

9. (25 out of 100) SDA Bocconi School of Management — The Bocconi School of Management in Milan is officially the best business school in Italy, according to the FT. It has climbed one place in this year’s list.

8. (23 out of 100) Esade Business School — Esade, in Barcelona, Spain, has fallen by four places from 19th overall last year, but graduates can still expect a salary of $132,119, an increase of 117%.

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7. (16 out of 100) IESE Business School — Short for “Instituto de Estudios Superiores de la Empresa,” IESE is within the University of Navarra. It hasn’t had a great year, though, and despite MBA graduates earning an average of $140,185, it fell all the way from seventh overall in 2015 to 16th this year. It experienced the biggest fall on this list.

6. (15 out of 100) HEC Paris — Situated in the southern suburbs of Paris, HEC is France’s second highest-rated business school for doing an MBA. Graduates are relatively poorly paid, however, earning a measly $134,299.

5. (13 out of 100) IMD — Short for “International Institute for Management Development,” IMD, in Lausanne, Switzerland, climbs seven places to 13th overall in 2016. Graduates don’t get a massive salary increase, though, just 83%.

4. (12 out of 100) IE Business School — Located in Madrid, IE is officially the best business school in Spain, according to the Financial Times. People with MBAs from IE earn an average of $159,266.

3. (10 out of 100) Cambridge Judge Business School — Ranked as the second-best business school in the UK, Judge MBA grads can expect a salary increase of 95% and an average wage of $156,323.

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2. (3 out of 100) London Business School — Officially the best business school in the UK, according to the FT, London Business School has nonetheless fallen by one place this year. MBA graduates have the lowest salary of any in the top 10 overall, earning $154,150 per year.

1. (1 out of 100) INSEAD — The world’s best business school is officially INSEAD, which jumps to the top spot from fourth place overall in 2015. It has campuses in France, Singapore, and Abu Dhabi. Well-known alumni include Tidjane Thiam, CEO of Credit Suisse, and Lloyds boss Antonio Horta Osorio. The average MBA grad earns $166,510, and increases their salary by 96% after leaving.

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Since its establishment in 1984, City University of Hong Kong (CityU) has been endeavouring to provide quality education to the Hong Kong community and meet the needs of our knowledge-based society. It has achieved phenomenal growth from a small institution, housed in temporary premises, to a major University with an international reputation for teaching and scholarship, enrolling around 20,000 students in programmes at levels ranging up through postgraduate research. CityU offers professional education that prepares its students for the challenges and exciting opportunities opening up in Hong Kong, the Asia-Pacific region and throughout the world in business, science and engineering, liberal arts and social sciences, energy and environment, creative media and law. With our world-class teachers, well-developed educational programmes and wide-ranging learning experiences, we prepare our students to become well-rounded young professionals with confidence and competence. We advocate a student-centred learning educational philosophy, emphasizing the achievement of learning outcomes as the real measure of student success. CityU links professional education with applied research. Our research enterprise serves many objectives, including nurturing promising new areas; applying research results to support economic and social development; and informing teaching by scholarship that is conducted at the cutting edge of disciplinary, interdisciplinary, and professional fields. We strive to nurture postgraduate research training by broadening students’ academic exposure and through knowledge transfer activities. We have established University Research Institutes, State Key Laboratories, Research Centres, and Applied Strategic Development Centres to foster interdisciplinary research. We also collaborate closely with industry, producing direct benefits for society in Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland. CityU has become an international University with links to many high-quality institutions on the mainland and overseas. The University has embraced the philosophy of a broad student mix. We encourage student and staff interactions to create a multi-cultural environment on campus, to enhance students’ exposure to other cultures, and to stimulate out-of-the-box thinking. Through the exchange of faculty and students with mainland and overseas institutions, we form cultural bridges throughout the world and our students develop global perspectives. CityU offers state-of-the-art learning, teaching and research facilities in a high-technology environment to create an ambiance that encourages intellectual curiosity, social interaction, self expression and mutual support.

Total Enrollment:11358
International Students:1806(16%)
Undergraduate Enrollment:8688
International Students:663(8%)
Graduate Enrollment:2670
International Students:1143(43%)

Undergraduate Programs
Accountancy
Accountancy and Law
Accountancy and Management Information Systems
Administration and Public Management
Applied Biology
Applied Chemistry
Applied Physics
Applied Sociology
Architectural Studies (Full-Time)
Asian Studies
Bachelor of Laws with Honours
Building Engineering (Building Services Engineering)
Building Engineering (Construction Engineering and Management)
Building Engineering (Structural and Geotechnical Engineering)
Business Economics
Business Management
China Business
Chinese
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Computing Mathematics
Creative Media
Creative Media
Criminology
Cultural and Heritage Management
Digital Media Broadcasting
E-Logistics and Technology Management
Electronic and Communication Engineering
Electronic Commerce
English For Professional Communication
English For The Professions
Environmental Policy Studies
Environmental Science and Management
Finance
Global Business Systems Management
Human Resources Management
Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management
Information Engineering
Information Management
Integrated Strategic Communication
International Business – Japan Studies
International Studies
Language Studies
Linguistics and Language Technology
Management Science
Managerial Statistics
Manufacturing Systems Engineering
Marketing
Marketing Information Management
Materials Engineering
Mechatronic Engineering
Media and Communication
Policy Studies and Administration
Psychology
Quantitative Finance and Risk Management
Service Operations Management
Social Work
Social Work with Minor In Counselling
Surveying (Full-Time/Ugc Funded)
Total Quality Engineering
Translation and Interpretation
Master’s Degree Programs
Master of Arts In Asian and International Studies
Master of Arts In Chinese (Chinese Language and Literature/Chinese For Professional Purposes/Chinese For Educational Purposes)
Master of Arts In Communication and New Media
Master of Arts In English Studies
Master of Arts In Global Business Management
Master of Arts In Housing Studies
Master of Arts In Integrated Marketing Communication
Master of Arts In International Accounting
Master of Arts In Language Studies (Language & Law / Linguistics / Translation & Interpretation / Translation with Language Information Technology)
Master of Arts In Media Cultures
Master of Arts In Public Policy and Management
Master of Arts In Quantitative Analysis For Business
Master of Business Administration
Master of Business Administration (Executive)
Master of Fine Arts In Creative Media
Master of Fine Arts In Creative Writing
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Master of Laws In Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
Master of Science In Advanced Technology and Management
Master of Science In Applied Economics
Master of Science In Applied Mathematics
Master of Science In Business Information Systems
Master of Science In Civil and Architectural Engineering (Building Services Cost Management)
Master of Science In Civil and Architectural Engineering (Civil Engineering)
Master of Science In Computer Science
Master of Science In Electronic and Information Engineering
Master of Science In Electronic Business and Knowledge Management
Master of Science In Electronic Commerce
Master of Science In Energy and Environment
Master of Science In Engineering Management
Master of Science In Environmental Science and Technology
Master of Science In Finance
Master of Science In Financial Engineering
Master of Science In Financial Services
Master of Science In Information Systems Management
Master of Science In Marketing
Master of Science In Materials Engineering and Nanotechnology
Master of Science In Mathematics For Finance and Actuarial Science
Master of Science In Multimedia Information Technology
Master of Science In Operations and Supply Chain Management (Starting From 2012 Intake)
Master of Science In Organizational and Change Management
Master of Science In Professional Accounting and Corporate Governance
Master of Social Sciences In Applied Psychology
Master of Social Sciences In Applied Sociology
Master of Social Sciences In Counselling
Master of Social Sciences In Development Studies
Master of Social Sciences In Psychology of Education
Master of Social Sciences In Social Work
Msc In Construction Management (Construction Project Management)

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University of Michigan Ross School of Business Located in Ann Arbor, Michigan

Why Is University of Michigan Ross School of Business Ranked #64?

StartClass has developed a ranking system for business school MBA programs by analyzing the statistics relevant to the quality of the institution and how it prepares graduates. The following breakdown explains how this school stacks up against all other business schools for data the school has reported.

  • Better than Average
    • Post-Graduation Salary: $115,315 USD (top 10%)
    • Average GMAT: 702 (top 10%)
    • Average Undergraduate GPA: 3.4 (top 45%)
    • Previous Work Experience: 6 years (top 20%)

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Students enrolling in University of Michigan Ross School of Business have an average GMAT of 702, which is one of the highest compared to all business schools (average: 613).

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Higher than Average Undergraduate GPA

The entering class of University of Michigan Ross School of Business has an average undergraduate GPA of 3.4. This is higher than average compared to all business schools (3.35).

More Graduates Go Into Manufacturing Compared to Average

Looking at the industries graduates go into compared to the average for all business schools, those from University of Michigan Ross School of Business more often go into manufacturing. On the other hand, a smaller percentage than average go into finance. All schools have different naming conventions, but StartClass has normalized them into common buckets to help guide prospective MBA students towards programs that cater to the industries they desire. The rest of the employment section gives further details on the industries and functions graduates and interns enter to the extent that the school makes this data available.

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What’s an apartment Guarantor/ Co-Signer?

Landlords and apartment management want one basic thing: renters that are financially stable so that they can and will pay on time. They look to your credit and rental history, your income, and your job to determine if they think that they can trust you. If they can’t, then you might need a rent guarantor to sign on your lease.

What is a Guarantor?

A Rent Guarantor is the legal term for an apartment co-signer, or a person that agrees to be legally responsible for the apartment, its condition, and the money owed for rent.

Landlords want responsible renters, yet often due to history or a lack of experience, it can be hard to justify that they will be good renters. So, they have a guarantor sign the apartment lease agreement stating that they are legally and financially responsible for the apartment. So, if the renter is unable to pay, the landlord can legally collect money from the guarantor.

Most co-signer agreements result from a young adult moving out for the first time into an apartment. Because they often do not have credit or rental history, it’s difficult for a landlord to know that they can trust them, so guardians tend to be the ones that sign the lease.

Being a co-signor/guarantor can be risky, so it is best to do so with very close friends or family members.

The Three Most Common Reasons why you need a Guarantor/Co-Signer

  1. Low Income: One of the rules of smart apartment living is living under the 1:3 ratio (see our rent calculator to determine your budget). In order to have a comfortable lifestyle with the ability to save, you want to find a rent that is under 1/3 of your monthly income.

Landlords recognize this as well. If your rent is going to cost more than 1/3 of your monthly income. your landlord may request a guarantor on your lease. Although this is the norm, there are exceptions. For example, in cities with uniquely high costs of living such as San Francisco or New York, many landlords expect renters to have to pay more.

  • Poor Rental History: If you are renting for the first time you are most likely going to need a guarantor on your lease, since your landlord has little idea of what kind of renter you are. Often college students renting for the first time need one of their parents to act as the guarantor.
    On the other side of the coin, if you have a poor reputation as a renter, you may be in trouble for future apartment search and might need someone to sign for you. If previous landlords have given you poor ratings whether it be from eviction to not paying rent on time, you will have a hard time explaining how your latest landlord can trust you.
  • Poor Credit: Last but not least, having poor or little credit history are common reasons for needing a guarantor on your lease. Having little credit history tends to go along with renting for the first time and can eventually be overcome by just making regular payments.

    Poor credit, on the other hand, is more difficult to overcome. While larger apartment communities will have stricter rules on poor credit, landlords of small apartment complexes may be more lenient if you can present a good case.

  • What to do if you are Unable to Find a Guarantor/Co-Signer:

    If you have no one to turn to for help, here are a few options to consider.

    1. Go local: Look for a smaller apartment complex or locally-owned room for rent. These tend to have slightly more flexible rules than the larger, corporate apartment complexes.
    2. Present Your Case: Do you have bad credit because of medical bills or the recession? You aren’t the only one. Many people end up with bad credit because of legitimate situations. If you can present yourself well to a landlord, you have a better chance of persuading them.
    3. Pay up front with cash: If you have a poor rental history, you may just have to offer a larger security deposit. Meanwhile, if your monthly income worries the landlord, offer to pay several months in advance.
    4. Look for Low Income Housing and Section 8 Housing. If your income is the prime reason for being unable to rent an apartment, research available low income housing and section 8 housing your area.

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    U of Illinois Chicago Liautaud College of Business Located in Chicago, Illinois

    Why Is U of Illinois Chicago Liautaud College of Business Ranked #81?

    StartClass has developed a ranking system for business school MBA programs by analyzing the statistics relevant to the quality of the institution and how it prepares graduates. The following breakdown explains how this school stacks up against all other business schools for data the school has reported.

    • Better than Average
      • Acceptance Rate: 43.6% (top 30%)
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      • Previous Work Experience: 5 years
    • Worse than Average
      • Average GMAT: 600 (bottom 45%)
      • Average Undergraduate GPA: 3.30 (bottom 45%)

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    U of Illinois Chicago Liautaud College of Business extends offers to 43.6% of applicants. This is lower than average compared to all business schools (56.6%). Of those that get offers, 37.7% enroll in this school, well below the average percent yield (60.8%).

    Difficult to Get In, Lower Than Average Percent Yield

    U of Illinois Chicago Liautaud College of Business extends offers to 65.6% of part-time applicants. This is lower than average compared to all business schools (76.9%). Of those that get offers, 74.6% enroll in this school, which is below the part-time average percent yield (76.7%).

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    Students enrolling in U of Illinois Chicago Liautaud College of Business have an average GMAT of 600, which is lower than average compared to all business schools (613).

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    The entering class of U of Illinois Chicago Liautaud College of Business has an average undergraduate GPA of 3.30. This is lower than average compared to all business schools (3.35).


    Financial Times ranking of best MBA business schools in Europe #computers #on #finance


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    These are the 27 best universities in Europe to do an MBA, according to the Financial Times

    Doing an MBA is often the path to a high-level job and a big salary in the world of business. But choosing where to go can be difficult.

    The FT’s Global MBA ranking for 2016 took loads of data from business schools, including average salaries, the increase in salary its graduates see three years after finishing their degree, and the percentage of grads in work three months after finishing school. It then collated that data to create a list of the 100 best business schools in the world for doing an MBA.

    Many of the top schools are in the US, but Business Insider UK picked out the best schools in Europe.

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    27. (94 out of 100) Grenoble Ecole de Management — The lowest-ranked French school on the list, in the Alpine town of Grenoble, has an average alumni salary of $93,680, and MBA holders get a salary increase of 80%.

    26. (92 out of 100) Birmingham Business School — The business school of England’s second city is the lowest-ranked European MBA programme where graduates earn more than $100,000 on average. Graduates tend to bring in a salary of $103,344.

    25. (84 out of 100) EDHEC Business School — The school, which is based in Lille, France, but teaches its MBA course in the coastal town of Nice, is another new entry onto the FT’s list. People holding an MBA from EDHEC can expect their salary to swell by 66% after graduating.

    24. (79 out of 100) Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School at University College Dublin — The only Irish college on the FT’s list falls six places from 73rd overall in last year’s ranking. On average, Smurfit MBAs bring in $107,185 per year in wages.

    23. (66 out of 100) Durham University Business School — Not only is Durham one of the UK’s best universities in general, but it is also home to one of the world’s best MBA programmes, climbing 13 places overall. The average graduate will enjoy a 77% rise in their salary after completing their MBA.

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    22. (64 of 100) European School of Management and Technology — One of just two German business schools on this list, the Berlin-based ESMT has fallen one place overall this year. Graduates earn a 62% salary increase and average earnings of $107,234.

    21. (63 out of 100) University of Strathclyde Business School — Strathclyde is home to the highest-ranking MBA programme in Scotland, having jumped a massive 17 places in the worldwide ranking.

    20. (60 out of 100) University of St Gallen — The 120-year-old university in Switzerland offers MBA holders an average salary of $112,940 per year after graduation, and an average increase in salary of 60%.

    19. (57 out of 100) Cranfield School of Management — Unlike most universities on this list, Cranfield does not take undergraduates, allowing it to focus solely on postgraduate courses like MBAs. This year the university has dropped by 12 places in the FT’s overall ranking. MBA grads earn an average of $116,604.

    18. (49 out of 100) Mannheim Business School — Mannheim’s MBA programme is officially the best in Germany, according to the FT rankings. This position is helped by average earnings of $109,622 and a salary bump of 79% after graduation.

    17. (46 out of 100) Warwick Business School — Located in central England, Warwick has a stellar list of alumni, including the former CEO of Burger King and Heinz and Ralf Speth, the boss of Jaguar Land Rover. Warwick MBAs can expect to earn upwards of $122,287 per year.

    16. (42 out of 100) Rotterdam School of Management at Erasmus University — Rotterdam’s management school is the only Dutch university to make the MBA rankings. Well-known alumni include Bart Brecht, the former CEO of FTSE 100 consumer-goods company Reckitt Benckiser. The average Rotterdam MBA earns $107,998.

    15. (40 out of 100) The Lisbon MBA — Portugal’s best business school is the only one in the country to make this list. An MBA from the school gets the average graduate a doubled salary within three years of graduation.

    14. (38 out of 100) Alliance Manchester Business School — Part of the University of Manchester, the Alliance School offers MBA graduates the chance to earn $117,918 per year after they finish their degree. It fell by three places in this year’s ranking, dropping from 35th place last year.

    13. (37 out of 100) Cass Business School at City University London — Cass, named after 17th-century merchant Sir John Cass, ranks as Britain’s sixth-best business school and has jumped eight places in the overall ranking this year, after placing 45th last year. The average Cass MBA holder earns $121,402 per year and can expect an 82% increase in their salary.

    T12. (35 out of 100) Imperial College Business School — Imperial has a reputation as a great university for the sciences, but its business school is also one of the best on the planet. MBA graduates from Imperial earn an average of $112,301.

    T12. (35 out of 100) Lancaster University Management School — Lancaster’s MBA programme soared by 15 places in the worldwide ranking this year, thanks to the big increase in salary seen by its graduates. They can expect to earn 111% more three years after getting their advanced degree.

    10. (28 out of 100) Saïd Business School at University of Oxford — Oxford may be one of the best universities in the UK, but it drops down the list this year. In 2015, the Saïd school ranked 22nd overall on the FT’s list. Eighty-two percent of MBA grads are in a job three months after graduating, according to the FT’s ranking.

    9. (25 out of 100) SDA Bocconi School of Management — The Bocconi School of Management in Milan is officially the best business school in Italy, according to the FT. It has climbed one place in this year’s list.

    8. (23 out of 100) Esade Business School — Esade, in Barcelona, Spain, has fallen by four places from 19th overall last year, but graduates can still expect a salary of $132,119, an increase of 117%.

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    7. (16 out of 100) IESE Business School — Short for “Instituto de Estudios Superiores de la Empresa,” IESE is within the University of Navarra. It hasn’t had a great year, though, and despite MBA graduates earning an average of $140,185, it fell all the way from seventh overall in 2015 to 16th this year. It experienced the biggest fall on this list.

    6. (15 out of 100) HEC Paris — Situated in the southern suburbs of Paris, HEC is France’s second highest-rated business school for doing an MBA. Graduates are relatively poorly paid, however, earning a measly $134,299.

    5. (13 out of 100) IMD — Short for “International Institute for Management Development,” IMD, in Lausanne, Switzerland, climbs seven places to 13th overall in 2016. Graduates don’t get a massive salary increase, though, just 83%.

    4. (12 out of 100) IE Business School — Located in Madrid, IE is officially the best business school in Spain, according to the Financial Times. People with MBAs from IE earn an average of $159,266.

    3. (10 out of 100) Cambridge Judge Business School — Ranked as the second-best business school in the UK, Judge MBA grads can expect a salary increase of 95% and an average wage of $156,323.

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    2. (3 out of 100) London Business School — Officially the best business school in the UK, according to the FT, London Business School has nonetheless fallen by one place this year. MBA graduates have the lowest salary of any in the top 10 overall, earning $154,150 per year.

    1. (1 out of 100) INSEAD — The world’s best business school is officially INSEAD, which jumps to the top spot from fourth place overall in 2015. It has campuses in France, Singapore, and Abu Dhabi. Well-known alumni include Tidjane Thiam, CEO of Credit Suisse, and Lloyds boss Antonio Horta Osorio. The average MBA grad earns $166,510, and increases their salary by 96% after leaving.

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    About the Heller School #brandeis #international #business #school #ranking


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    About the Heller School

    About the Heller School

    Graduate Education, Applied Research, Public Engagement

    Through the graduate education of students, pursuit of applied interdisciplinary research and active public engagement, the Heller School constantly examines policies and programs that respond to the changing needs of vulnerable individuals and groups in our society.

    As a graduate school and research institution, the Heller School has pioneered in a variety of policy areas, including health; mental health; substance abuse; children, youth, and families; aging; international and community development; developmental disabilities; philanthropy; and work and inequalities.

    The faculty, students and staff of the Heller School are culturally and professionally diverse with broadly varied academic and organizational backgrounds. The school provides a setting where students who are experienced practitioners are exposed to innovative ideas, and those with less experience are prepared to enter the field.

    The Heller School’s vision is focused and clear, believing in the power of knowledge advancing social justice .

    Mission

    Our mission at the Heller School is to drive positive social change through research, education, and public engagement that inform policies and programs designed to address disparities in well-being and promote social inclusion in a sustainable way. We are dedicated researchers, applying social, economic, and political science to solve pressing domestic and global problems. We are also steadfast idealists, working toward a better world through the knowledge we generate, the leaders we educate, and the communities we engage with globally.

    Heller Degree Programs

    • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Social Policy
      Educates students for careers in research, teaching, consulting, administration, policy analysis, and organizational leadership.
    • Master of Arts (MA) in Sustainable International Development
      Prepares leaders to design and manage local, regional, national, or international development.
    • Master of Science (MS) in Global Health Policy and Management
      Educates young professionals to play increasingly responsible roles in the health and well-being of the world’s poorest citizens.
    • Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Nonprofit Management
      Prepares early- to mid-career professionals to effectively lead organizations with a social mission, whether in the nonprofit, for-profit, or public sector.
    • Master of Public Policy (MPP)
      Educates the next generation of policy analysts, advocates, researchers, and managers.
    • Master of Arts (MA) in Conflict Resolution and Coexistence
      Educates early- and mid-career professionals to prevent, manage, and resolve intercommunal and societal conflicts in today’s world.

    Dual and Joint Degrees

    WITH HELLER PROGRAMS
    • MA in Sustainable International Development and MA in Conflict Resolution and Coexistence
    • MA in Sustainable International Development and MS in Global Health Policy and Management
    • MBA and MPP
    • MBA and MA in Sustainable International Development
    • MBA and MS in Global Health Policy and Management
    • MBA and MA in Conflict Resolution and Coexistence
    WITH BRANDEIS PROGRAMS
    • MBA and MA in Jewish Professional Leadership
    • MBA and MS in Biotechnology
    • MPP and MA in Jewish Professional Leadership
    • MPP and MA in Women’s and Gender Studies
    • MA in Sustainable International Development and MA in Women’s and Gender Studies
    • MA in Conflict Resolution and Coexistence and MA in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies
    • PhD in Social Policy and MA in Women’s and Gender Studies
    • PhD in Social Policy and Sociology
    WITH OTHER UNIVERSITIES
    • MBA and MD from Tufts University School of Medicine
    • MBA and MBS (Master of Biomedical Sciences) from Tufts University School of Medicine
    • MA in Sustainable International Development and JD from Northeastern University School of Law
    • MA in Sustainable International Development and LLM from Northeastern University
    • MA in Conflict Resolution and Coexistence and MA in International Law and Human Rights from the United Nations mandated University for Peace

    Executive Education Program

    • The Heller Executive Education Program
      Empowers executives with concepts and tools needed to impact policy and improve performance.
    • Executive MBA for Physicians
      Focuses on improving both clinical outcomes and financial results in healthcare organizations by training physician-leaders in the new science of medical management.

    By the Numbers

    STUDENTS (FALL 2015) – 533
    COUNTRIES – 65
    INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS – 34%
    ALUMNI

    There are more than 3,700 Heller alumni, with 81% living in the United States and 19% living abroad. Heller alumni hold positions in social policy and management all over the world, making a significant difference in their communities.

    FACULTY AND RESEARCH STAFF
    • 40 Faculty Members
    • 12 Lecturers and Senior Lecturers
    • 22 Scientists, Senior Scientists, Distinguished Scientists
    • 11 Affiliated Faculty
    • 8 Fellows and Visiting Professors
    • 12 Professors Emeriti
    RESEARCH CENTERS AND INSTITUTES
    • 175 active grants in the past year
    • $19 million of sponsored research from corporations, foundations, and agencies such as the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Department of Justice, the National Institutes of Health and the World Bank.
    FINANCIAL PROFILE (FY 2015)
    • Total revenues: $31.7 million
    • Total expenses: $30 million

    Top school for international students

    Forbes ranks Brandeis the number 9 best college for international students.


    Center for Translation Studies – Degree Programs – The University of Texas at Dallas #university #of #texas #dallas #ranking


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    Degree Programs

    The Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in Humanities offered by The School of Arts Humanities at The University of Texas at Dallas are non-traditional degrees that allow students to concentrate their graduate studies around their individual interests in Translation Studies.

    At the same time, this approach allows students to explore other scholarly contexts from an interdisciplinary point of view, thus enriching their understanding of Translation Studies and preparing them for a wider variety of jobs than a more specialized degree would.

    Faculty within The Center for Translation Studies and The School of Arts Humanities work closely with students to design degree plans with an emphasis on Translation Studies that also supply a broad general background in one or more of three scholarly areas: Literary Studies; History of Ideas; and Aesthetic Studies

    Both the MA and PhD also allow for students to major in one of these three areas, e.g. PhD in Humanities — Major in Literary Studies, though the actual courses taken and final written work (portfolio or dissertation) allow each student to focus on various aspects of the field of Translation Studies.

    Master of Arts in Humanities

    The MA program requires 33 semester hours of coursework:

    • Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Arts and Humanities: 3 hours
    • Literary Studies: 6 hours
    • History of Ideas: 6 hours
    • Aesthetic Studies: 6 hours
    • Electives: 12 hours (including 3 hrs. Independent Study for Master’s portfolio)

    All M.A. students must also pass a written foreign language examination involving the translation of two short texts into English.

    Finally, a portfolio consisting of approximately 40-60 pages of scholarly and/or creative work — e.g. a translation with critical commentary — must be completed and defended before a committee.

    The typical course load for a graduate student is 9 hours (3 courses) per long-term semester and 6 hours (2 courses) per summer semester. The School of Arts Humanities offers courses each summer to help students graduate more quickly if they so wish. A number of courses in all terms are offered at night to benefit students who work or have other commitments during the day.

    Semester I (Fall)

    Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Arts Humanities

    Doctor of Philosophy in Humanities

    The PhD program requires a minimum of 60 hours of coursework beyond the MA (or equivalent degree):

    • Literary Studies: 6 hours
    • History of Ideas: 6 hours
    • Aesthetic Studies: 6 hours
    • Electives: 24 hours (including 9 hrs. of Independent Study for qualifying exams)
    • Dissertation: 18 hours (minimum)

    In order to fulfill the foreign language requirement, Ph.D. students consult with the professors for two of their courses and decide upon the best way to use their foreign language within the context of those courses. One of these two courses can be a Translation Workshop.

    After completing their coursework, students choose three areas of specialization for their doctoral qualifying exams; after passing these exams, they proceed to write and defend their dissertations.

    The typical course load for a graduate student is 9 hours (3 courses) per long-term semester and 6 hours (2 courses) per summer semester. The School of Arts Humanities offers courses each summer to help students graduate more quickly if they so wish. A number of courses in all terms are offered at night to benefit students who work or have other commitments during the day.

    Semester I (Fall)

    Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Arts Humanities