Why Financial Times Ranked This B-School The Best In Europe — Again

INSEAD MBA’s had the highest salaries of any European business school, according to the Financial Times’ most recent ranking.

EUROPEAN B-SCHOOLS WITH THE TOP SALARIES

In terms of MBA salaries, INSEAD MBA graduates, earning an average of $188,432, had the highest average salary three years after graduation of any other European business school, according to FT’s rankings. That is a 96% increase over last year. London Business School came in second with $177,234 (a 103% increase) and HEC Paris ranked third at $168,436 (a 118% increase.) HEC’s triple digit percent increase comes a year after its 133% increase in last year’s rating. Spain’s Iese Business School had the highest percentage increase in salary of any top 10 school, rising 131% to $166,811.

EMBA, MiM SALARIES ALSO ON THE RISE

For EMBA salaries, HEC Paris dwarfed the next closest school. HEC EMBA graduates earned an average of $438,3030 (a 95% increase) – or $123,868 more than INSEAD EMBA graduates who average $314,435 per year (a 38% increase.) London Business School graduates average $298,753 per year, coming in at No. 3 for highest EMBA salaries. HEC Paris also scored second in Masters in Management salaries at $114,357 behind only Switzerland’s St Gallen at $123,999.

See the full salary chart for FT’s top European business schools below.

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