Full-Time MBA #4 globally in Corporate Knights - Better World MBA Ranking

We are proud to announce that the CBS Full-time MBA retains its ranking as #4 globally in the 15th edition of the Corporate Knights – Better World MBA ranking. The ranking, which has been published annually since 2002, evaluates instruction and research in sustainability from the top 100 schools on the Financial Times Global MBA rankings, and invites all other accredited MBA programs (AMBA, AACSB, EQUIS) to opt-in. This year, 134 schools were evaluated.

The top 40 of the Better World MBA ranking are programs that equip their graduates to understand sustainability issues and solve business problems in an interconnected climate in which environmental and social issues directly affect businesses, and for which businesses play a key role in solving.

Toby Heaps, CEO of Corporate Knights, says:
“Businesses are re-orienting their strategies to align with the sustainable development goals for a fairer, greener planet. The top 40 ranked Better World MBA programs are training grounds for future business leaders who want to be part of the monumental shift.”

CBS Full-time MBA’s placement in the top 5 is extremely positive as the focus on sustainability in the curriculum places the programme ahead of schools such as Harvard, INSEAD, Oxford and others.

Malene Sejer Larsen, Rankings Manager at CBS MBA Programmes, comments: 
"We are very pleased to see the CBS MBA placed in the top five of the Corporate Knights ranking for three years in a row. Sustainability and Responsible Management constitute one of the core pillars of our program, and it’s something prospective candidates are increasingly looking for in their search for the right business school. The Better World MBA ranking shows that CBS and the MBA program are at the forefront when it comes to preparing future generations of leaders to recognize and act on sustainability risks and opportunities in business and beyond."