The Economist Master in Management Ranking

Published: 2 June 2017 | by Thomas Graf

The Economist published a new Master in Management Ranking. While the Financial Times presents such a ranking on so-called MIM programs every year since 2005, the Economist MIM Ranking appears in 2017 for the first time.

The Economist ranking methodology shows that only programs were included with no more than 40 percent of content focus on a particular business function. This is similar to the MIM Compass Global MIM Survey where Masters in Management were defined as postgraduate degrees for recent graduates with a minimum of 50 percent general management content.

The Economist Master in Management Ranking 2017

  1. HEC School of Management, Paris Paris, France
  2. University of Virginia Charlottesville, United States
  3. WHU Vallendar, Germany
  4. ESSEC Business School Cergy-Pontoise, France
  5. University of St. Gallen St. Gallen, Switzerland
  6. HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management Leipzig, Germany
  7. Cranfield School of Management Cranfield, Britain
  8. University of Mannheim Mannheim, Germany
  9. CEMS Multi-school consortium
  10. ESADE Business School Barcelona, Spain
  11. IE Business School Madrid, Spain
  12. Tsinghua University Beijing, China
  13. Hult International Business School Cambridge, United States
  14. European School of Management and Technology Berlin, Germany
  15. Imperial College Business School London, Britain
  16. EDHEC Business School Lille, France
  17. BI Norwegian Business School Oslo, Norway
  18. University of Bath Bath, Britain
  19. University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, United States
  20. Grenoble Ecole de Management Grenoble, France
  21. Wake Forest University Winston-Salem, United States
  22. EADA Business School Barcelona Barcelona, Spain
  23. Babson College Wellesley, United States
  24. Tilburg University Tilburg, Netherlands
  25. Southern Methodist University Dallas, United States
  26. NHH Norwegian School of Economics Bergen, Norway
  27. Durham University Durham, Britain
  28. Sun Yat-sen University Guangzhou, China
  29. Lancaster University Lancaster, Britain
  30. City University London, Britain
  31. Copenhagen Business School Copenhagen, Denmark
  32. University of Florida Gainesville, United States
  33. Aston University Birmingham, Britain
  34. Nova School of Business and Economics Lisbon, Portugal
  35. University of Sydney Sydney, Australia
  36. Leeds University Business School Leeds, Britain
  37. St Petersburg University St Petersburg, Russia
  38. Henley Business School Reading, Britain
  39. University of Liverpool Liverpool, Britain
  40. Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands