Business schools ranking methodology.

Academic

Goal: this criterion shows the academic reputation of the school.

Sources: three reputation surveys conducted on the Master in Finance and Master in Management programs, as well as on the schools themselves by professors and business school directors.

Detailed calculations:

  • For each survey, a recommendation percentage is obtained;
  • The final grade is the sum of these three rates.

Employability

Goal: this criterion shows the level of employability at school leaving.

Sources: two reputation surveys conducted on the Master in Finance and Master in Management programs among recruiters in large companies.

Detailed calculations:

  • For each survey, a recommendation percentage is obtained;
  • For salaries, the raw data is retrieved;
  • Each score is converted to a comparison scale;
  • The final grade is the sum of these four scores.

Alumni

Goal: this criterion shows the success of the former students.

Sources: two surveys of notable alumni of the Master in Finance and Master in Management programs and the average salary three years after graduation for each of the two programs.

Detailed calculations:

  • For each survey, a number of notable alumni is obtained;
  • For salaries, the raw data is retrieved;
  • Each score is converted to a comparison scale;
  • The final grade is the sum of these four scores.