|Name of the ranking
|Eduniversal Business Schools Ranking
|Website of the ranking
|First year of publication
|Most recent year of publication
|Date of last update
|Eduniversal Evaluation Agency
|Website of the methodology
The Eduniversal Official Selection of the 1,000 Best Business Schools all over the world was created over the guidance of the Eduniversal International Scientific Committee. The ranking of the 1,000 best Business Schools is reviewed every year, in order to provide a current map of the best higher education institutions worldwide.
The 1,000 best Business Schools ranking’s establishment follows every year a clear three steps process.
Step 1 - The official selection of the 1,000 best business schools
The aim of the ranking process is to determine, out of thousands of different business schools, the top 1000 that will be selected. The number of schools selected to take part in the ranking, from each of the 154 countries, is determined according to a quota method using both quantitative and qualitative criteria.
Step 2 - The palmes of excellence awards to each of the 1,000 ranked schools
The Official Selection of the 1,000 Best Business Schools rests on quantitative and qualitative criteria. Then, for each country, the choosen schools are divided into five levels of excellence we call the "Palmes of Excellence". The Palme level is awarded to each schools according to a set of criteria created by the Eduniversal International Scientific Comminuty, which are mainly internationalization criteria, such as accreditations, major rankings, memberships in academic or professional associations or partnerships. The Palmes leagues are divided as followed:
Step 3 - The deans' vote
The last step is the rating of the school inside its Palme Level in its country. Institutions are ranked here according to the assessment made by their peers, that is to say made by Deans of the others best Business Schools ranked by Eduniversal. This unique step is called the Deans' Vote, and allows to take into account the expertise of the deans of the best business schools worldwide, it is the synonym of a recognition by the peers.