2020 Better World MBA ranking results

Find out which schools tapped this year's ranking

2020 Ranking2019 RankingSchoolCountryScoreProgram Information
15Griffith Business SchoolAustralia95.40%https://www.griffith.edu.au/study/business-government/mba||More info
21Warwick Business SchoolUnited Kingdom94.90%
33University of Bath School of ManagementUnited Kingdom94.60%
428Duquesne University Palumbo-Donahue School of BusinessUnited States91.60%
511Nottingham University Business SchoolUnited Kingdom91.30%
618University of Guelph Gordon S. Lang School of Business and EconomicsCanada91.30%https://www.uoguelph.ca/executiveprograms/lang-mba||More info
72York University Schulich School of BusinessCanada88.70%https://schulich.yorku.ca/programs/mba/||More info
837Ryerson University Ted Rogers School of ManagementCanada88.40%https://www.ryerson.ca/mba/||More info
912Fordham University Gabelli School of BusinessUnited States87.70%https://www.fordham.edu/info/20451/graduate_business_education||More info
104University of Vermont Grossman School of BusinessUnited States86.70%
1119University of Exeter Business SchoolUnited Kingdom84.90%
1310Saint Mary's University Sobey School of BusinessCanada83.50%http://smu.ca/sobey||More info
1414McGill University Desautels Faculty of ManagementCanada82.80%
159Georgia Institute of Technology Scheller College of BusinessUnited States81.50%
1641Maastricht University School of Business and EconomicsNetherlands80.50%
1713University of Victoria Peter B. Gustavson School of BusinessCanada79.90%
1839La Trobe University La Trobe Business SchoolAustralia78.00%
1923University of California Berkeley Haas School of BusinessUnited States77.80%
206Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT Sloan School of ManagementUnited States77.80%
2152University of Miami Miami Herbert Business SchoolUnited States76.30%
2225Erasmus University Rotterdam School of ManagementNetherlands76.20%
2383Gonzaga University Graduate School of BusinessUnited States75.80%
2417University of Manchester Alliance Manchester Business SchoolUnited Kingdom74.60%
2596Western University Ivey Business SchoolCanada74.00%
2627University of British Columbia UBC Sauder School of BusinessCanada74.00%
2721KAISTSouth Korea73.50%
2816University of Edinburgh Business SchoolUnited Kingdom72.90%
297Durham University Business SchoolUnited Kingdom72.30%
30N.E.HEC MontrealCanada71.30%
3133University of Strathclyde Strathclyde Business SchoolUnited Kingdom71.20%
3255Pennsylvania State University Smeal College of BusinessUnited States71.20%
3375University of Calgary Haskayne School of BusinessCanada70.90%https://haskayne.ucalgary.ca/future-students/mba-programs||More info
34N.E.Carleton University Sprott School of BusinessCanada70.40%https://sprott.carleton.ca/programs/mba/||More info
35N.E.EADA Business SchoolSpain70.20%https://www.eada.edu/en/programmes/mba/international-mba||More info
3682Lagos Business SchoolNigeria68.10%
37132IE Business SchoolSpain67.70%
3815Copenhagen Business SchoolDenmark67.50%
398TIAS School for Business and SocietyNetherlands67.40%
4046University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill UNC Kenan-Flagler Business SchoolUnited States67.10%
N.E. = Not evaluated

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About the methodology

The 2020 Corporate Knights Better World MBA top-40 ranking examined the performances of 151 business schools, drawn from the most recent Financial Times list of the top 100 global MBA programs; the schools that made the 2019 Corporate Knights Better World top-40 roster; and business schools accredited by AMBA, AACSB or EQUIS and also signatories to the United Nations’ Principles for Responsible Management Education that opt in for evaluation. Based on publicly disclosed information on their websites, schools are evaluated on five performance indicators (with weighting in brackets): core course integration of sustainability (30%), faculty research publications on sustainability topics per faculty in calendar year 2019 (30%), number of citations per faculty for those publications (20%), sustainability-focused research institutes and centres (10%), faculty gender diversity (5%) and faculty racial diversity (5%).

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