And we moved up to 24th internationally, ahead of Haas, Darden and Cornell, which is nice, in the 10 ten in Europe and in the FT’s rankings of rankings we’re tied for 9th globally alongside Wharton and IESE.
Not bad, huh? But to look at it all objectively, rankings are somewhat of a farce, it all depends on personal choice, what you’re looking out of an MBA programme, the culture and mesh. At least that’s my personal opinion, and I could scream and shout about rankings how great they are, blah blah blah, after all we are No.1 Internationally in the WSJ. But as I said, it’s a matter of fit between you the student, and the school.