FT online MBA ranking

ABOUT: Inclusion in the FT online MBA ranking is based on strict entry criteria (explaining why the 2015 list only contains 15 institutions):

  • At least 70 percent of content must be delivered online
  • Programs must have run for at least four consecutive years
  • Schools must be internationally accredited
  • Students must pass an entrance exam prior to starting the course and sit an exit exam prior to completion

 

METHODOLOGY: Data is collected from online surveys, one sourced from Business Schools and another from alumni. Alumni data is more heavily weighted. Crucially, alumni are asked to rate the level of peer and academic interaction on the course and are also asked to rate the online delivery.

 

MONTH OF ISSUE: March 2016.

 

FT online MBA ranking top 10

1) Spain / IE Business School

2) UK / Warwick Business School

3) USA / University of Florida: Hough

4) UK / Durham University Business School

5) USA / Indiana University: Kelley

6) USA / Babson College: Olin

7) USA / Northeastern University: D'Amore-McKim

8) Australia / AGSM at UNSW Business School

9) US / University of Massachusetts Amherts: Isenberg

10) US / Arizona State University: Carey

 

SALARY POST-QUALIFICATION:

TOP 10 RANGE = $108K - $179K (2015 $74K - $153K)

 

SALARY INCREASE:

TOP 10 PERCENTAGE INCREASE RANGE = 22% - 39% (2015 18% - 43%)

 

Is an online MBA worth it?

 

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