ALBA Graduate Business School at The American College of Greece is listed 52nd in the Europe – Top MBA Global 200 Business Schools Report for 2014/2015.
ALBA has moved up from place 56 (report 2013/2014) to 52. Our position in the ranking is of extreme importance since this specific survey tracks the opinion of international employers and measures only one indicator – the employability outcome of an MBA program by region.
The objective of the QS Global 200 Business Schools Report is to provide an indication of the employability of an MBA upon graduation. Unlike traditional business school rankings, which measure programs on multiple criteria, QS for many years published a rating that provides a reliable measure of one thing only: the employability of MBA graduates
For the 2014/15 report, QS has adopted a new methodology. The employability measure, based on our global survey of MBA employers, will now count for 85% of the final ranking. A second measure academic reputation – based on a global faculty survey, will contribute 15% to the final ranking.
Read more about the methodology here.
Find the list here.