The Financial Times announced today that Columbia Business School ranks # 3 worldwide for the third year in a row. The annual survey of international MBA programs also ranks Columbia Business School # 2 for current alumni salary and #2 for alumni salary growth since graduation.
The recognition of Columbia Business School as an international leader among business schools reflects the success of the School’s alumni, the integration of global business throughout the curriculum and program experience, and the intellectual capital of the faculty. Alumni from the class of 2000 provided the Financial Times with information on their careers for the ranking.
The January 26 edition of the Financial Times includes more information on the survey as well as a feature story on Dean Meyer Feldberg’s tenure at Columbia Business School. The articles are also available on the Financial Times Web site at www.ft.com.
The top 10 schools as ranked by the Financial Times 2004 MBA survey are:
1. University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)
2. Harvard Business School
3. Columbia Business School
4. London Business School
4. University of Chicago
8. New York University
9. MIT (Sloan)
10. Dartmouth (Tuck)