The Financial Times has published their annual European business school ranking on December 2, 2013. According to the ranking, HEC Paris and IE Business School tied for the No. 1 position in Europe.
ESADE is now rated at No. 3 in Europe, according to the FT European Business School Ranking 2013. The School earned its highest marks for the international design of its programs, the multicultural nature of its student body, and the high rate of international job placement among its graduates.
WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management was ranked 21st among the top 75 business schools in Europe. WHU is once again the No. 1 ranked business school in Germany and solidifies its place among the top schools in Europe.
Manchester Business School was ranked 39th among the top European business schools by FT. In addition, the School was placed 29th in the world by the Financial Times in its ranking of the world's top MBA programs for 2013. For the third consecutive year the FT also rates Manchester's Doctoral program as No. 1 in the world.
European Business School Ranking 2013 (Top 5 list):
1 HEC Paris
1 IE Business School
3 London Business School
3 Esade Business School
Source: Financial Times
The Financial Times European Business Schools rankings are an amalgamation of the FT Global MBA, Masters in Management, EMBA and Executive Education rankings.
World of University Ranking and League Table
In UK there are some university league tables published every year by The Times, The Independent, The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Times and The Guardian. In Australia the Good Universities Guide rating is a very useful handbook for anyone choosing a tertiary institution. For more information please see University Ranking by Country.