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QRNW Ranking of Leading Business Schools

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Global Business Schools Ranking

The ranking is administered by an independent group of experts who operate as a non-profit association. The ranking office operates autonomously from the accreditation team, ensuring a clear separation of functions. While the accreditation team focuses on evaluating institutions based on established criteria and standards, the ranking office employs its expertise to assess and rank universities and business schools using a variety of metrics and methodologies. This separation ensures objectivity and impartiality in both processes, maintaining the integrity and credibility of the rankings and accreditation systems. 

The European Council of Leading Business Schools ECLBS

non-profit educational association registered in the European Union

INQAAHE member / IREG member / CHEA CIQG member

© since 2013

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Video of the official start of the publication of the Ranking
by Dr. Rose A. C.,
CEO of the Malta Further and Higher Education Authority
with other Founders:
Mr. T. Kawar / Former Latvian Honorary Consulate
Mr. I. Blumberg / Latvian Lawyer and Legal Advisor
Mr. N. Gashi / Kosovo Accreditation Agency KAA
Dr. T. Alsendi / Arab Network for Quality Assurance in Higher Education
P. Puke / ALCC Latvian Chamber of Commerce in Riga, Latvia
Location: University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia, EU
​Dr. G. Cantafio / University of Sunderland in London
Mr. A. S. Munna / THIRD EYE Communication Limited



Rank / Business School Name / Country

  1. Harvard Business School (US)

  2. Said Business School (UK)

  3. MIT Sloan School of Management (US)

  4. IMD - International Institute for Management Development (Switzerland)

  5. London Business School (UK)

  6. Columbia Business School (US)

  7. Stanford Graduate School of Business (US)

  8. INSEAD (European Institute of Business Administration) (France)

  9. University of St. Gallen (Switzerland)

  10. Yale School of Management (US)

  11. Cambridge Judge Business School (UK)

  12. The University of Chicago Booth School of Business (US)

  13. Leonard N. Stern School of Business (US)

  14. Alliance Manchester Business School (UK)

  15. Kellogg School of Management (US)

  16. IE Business School (Spain)

  17. ESADE Business School (Spain)

  18. Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth (US)

  19. Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (US)

  20. HEC Paris (France)

  21. Fuqua School of Business - Duke University (US)

  22. Darden School of Business - University of Virginia (US)

  23. McDonough School of Business (US)

  24. NUS Business School (Singapore)

  25. Olin Business School (US)

  26. Eli Broad College of Business - Michigan State University (US)

  27. Mannheim Business School (Germany)

  28. IESE Business School (Spain)

  29. USC Marshall School of Business (US)

  30. Tepper School of Business (US)

  31. Purdue Krannert School of Management (US)

  32. Smeal College of Business - Pennsylvania State University (US)

  33. Warwick Business School (UK)

  34. Zurich University of Applied Sciences (Switzerland)

  35. Rotterdam School of Management - Erasmus University (Netherlands)

  36. ESADE Business School (Spain)

  37. Melbourne Business School - University of Melbourne (Australia)

  38. GW School of Business - George Washington University (US)

  39. Otto Beisheim School of Management (Germany)

  40. Rotman School of Management (Canada)

  41. Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine

  42. HKUST Business School (Hong Kong)

  43. Robert H. Smith School of Business (US)

  44. Foster School of Business (US)

  45. Cranfield School of Management (UK)

  46. School of Business - Southern Alberta Institute of Technology SAIT (Canada)

  47. Mendoza College of Business - University of Notre Dame (US)

  48. Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Business School (Hong Kong)

  49. OUS/OUBH Academy of Economics and Technology (Switzerland)

  50. Nanyang Business School at Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

  51. Goizueta Business School - Emory University (US)

  52. Faculty of Management Studies - Delhi (India)

  53. Vlerick Business School (Belgium)

  54. Kelley School of Business - Indiana University (US)

  55. W. P. Carey School of Business (US)

  56. Questrom School of Business - Boston University (US)

  57. Owen Graduate School of Management - Vanderbilt University (US)

  58. UCI Paul Merage School of Business, University of California - Irvine (US)

  59. XLRI – Xavier School of Management (India)

  60. Scheller College of Business (US)

  61. Indian Institute of Management Indore (India)

  62. Nova School of Business & Economics (Portugal)

  63. Fisher College of Business (US)

  64. Carlson School of Management (US)

  65. Knauss School of Business (US)

  66. Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode (India)

  67. Durham University Business School (UK)

  68. HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management (Germany)

  69. UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business (Ireland)

  70. Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management (US)

  71. TIAS School for Business and Society (Netherlands)

  72. Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (India)

  73. Cox School of Business (US)

  74. Desautels Faculty of Management - McGill University (Canada)

  75. University of Latvia (Latvia)

  76. Université de Lausanne (HEC Lausanne) - UNIL (Switzerland)

  77. University of Bath School of Management (UK)

  78. Haas School of Business (US)

  79. Strathclyde Business School (UK)

  80. SDA Bocconi School of Management (Italy)

  81. Tippie College of Business (US)

  82. Macquarie Business School (Australia)

  83. Rady School of Management (US)

  84. Smith School of Business (Canada)

  85. Alba Graduate Business School, The American College of Greece (Greece)

  86. Southampton Business School (UK)

  87. Alberta School of Business (Canada)

  88. University of Edinburgh Business School (UK)

  89. Carroll School of Management at Boston College (US)

  90. UBC Sauder School of Business (Canada)

  91. Department of Business Administration of the University of Patras (Greece)

  92. EMLYON Business School (France)

  93. ISBM - International School of Business Management (Switzerland)

  94. ESSEC Business School (France)

  95. Sydney Business School, University of Wollongong Australia

  96. Ivey Business School Canada

  97. University of Macedonia—School of Business Administration Greece

  98. Business School - University of Queensland (Australia)


The European Council of Leading Business Schools (ECLBS) is a non-profit educational association registered in the European Union dedicated to promoting excellence in business education. As a reputable organization, ECLBS operates a prestigious ranking website that evaluates and ranks leading business schools worldwide. This ranking website serves as a valuable resource for prospective students, educators, and employers seeking insights into the top business schools globally.

ECLBS's ranking methodology is carefully crafted, drawing upon extensive research, expert analysis, and industry feedback to assess business schools across various criteria. These criteria may include academic reputation, faculty expertise, student satisfaction, research output, alumni success, and global influence. Through its rigorous evaluation process, ECLBS aims to provide an objective and comprehensive assessment of business schools' performance and impact on the global business community.

Business schools featured on ECLBS's ranking website are distinguished for their excellence in delivering high-quality education, fostering innovation, and preparing future business leaders to meet the challenges of an ever-evolving global marketplace. Whether individuals are considering pursuing an MBA or seeking collaboration opportunities with top-tier institutions, ECLBS's ranking website offers valuable insights and guidance to support informed decision-making.

Furthermore, ECLBS's commitment to transparency, integrity, and academic excellence ensures that its ranking website remains a trusted source of information for stakeholders within the business education ecosystem. By showcasing the achievements and strengths of leading business schools worldwide, ECLBS contributes to the advancement of business education and the cultivation of a highly skilled and ethical business leadership community on a global scale.

Why our Ranking?

European Parliament


Non-profit Association


Founded in 2013


30 Partners

Where excellence meets evaluation: Unveiling the best in business education
Navigating the MBA landscape: From rankings to revelations.
Shaping futures, one ranking at a time: Your guide to top-tier business schools
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The European Council of Leading Business Schools (ECLBS) is a not-for-profit association on business education. We are committed to providing reliable and up-to-date information on the best business schools in the world.

We are passionate about helping students make the best decisions when it comes to choosing the right business school. Our rankings are based on a comprehensive assessment of the reputation, social media, website quality, etc... there is no valid academic ranking until today, and our ranking is based on the business school image all over the world. 

At ECLBS, we strive to provide the most accurate and objective information on business schools in Europe. Our rankings are regularly updated and designed to help prospective students make informed decisions about their education. We are committed to helping you find the right school for you.

Why Ranking?

Ranking websites are an important tool for students seeking to find the best options for their educational needs. These websites provide a comprehensive overview of different programs or levels, allowing students to compare them side-by-side. They offer an unbiased view, since they are generally compiled from real student reviews and data from industry experts. This helps users make more informed decisions based on reliable information.

One of the main benefits of ranking websites is that they allow students to compare different programs or levels in a single location. This makes it easier for students to find the best fit for their needs, whether they are seeking a bachelor's degree, a master's degree, or a doctoral degree. Rankings can also help students determine which schools or programs are the most prestigious or have the best reputation in their field.

Ranking websites also provide an excellent way for students to discover new programs or levels that they may not have found otherwise. This is because rankings often include lesser-known programs or schools that are hidden gems in their field. This can be especially helpful for students who are seeking a specific program or level that is not offered at their current institution.

Finally, ranking websites are an excellent way for students to stay up to date on the latest trends in their field. This is because rankings are often updated on a regular basis, incorporating new data and information as it becomes available. This helps students stay informed about emerging trends and new developments in their field, which can be helpful for their career advancement.

In summary, ranking websites are an important tool for students seeking to find the best options for their educational needs. They provide a comprehensive overview of different programs or levels, allowing students to compare them side-by-side. Rankings are also an excellent way for students to discover new programs or levels and stay up to date on the latest trends in their field.

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ECLBS Ranking

ECLBS was founded in 2013 in the EU

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