MSM is proud to maintain its #1 place among the Top Business Schools (4 Palmes) in both the Netherlands and worldwide, according to the latest Eduniversal Ranking.
The 2013 Eduniversal Business Schools ranking was revealed at the 6th Eduniversal World Convention, held from 9th to 12th October at the Indian Institute of Management in Bangalore, India.
The Eduniversal Palmes indicate the international reputation level of an academic institution. They are awarded on the basis of the research work carried out by the International Scientific committee, which compiles the list of internationalization criteria, together with the assessments made by peers: The Deans’ Vote.
• The accreditations obtained by the schools (AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA, State Qualification, etc.)
• The main rankings (Financial Times, Shanghai Jiao Tong, Business Week, Asiaweek, Wall Street Journal, America savings, THES, SMBG, etc.)
• The membership in international academic associations (EFMD, CLADEA, CEEMAN, EMBA, AAPBS, etc.)
• The network of partnerships of Deans and Business Schools at international and local levels
• The notable studies and websites in the world of education and universities
Deans from the top 1,000 business schools are each asked to vote for other academic institutions; this vote is converted into a ‘recommendation rate’ that students can use to compare and assess academic institutions.
The EDUNIVERSAL Official Selection of the 1,000 Best Business Schools worldwide is the work result of the Eduniversal International Scientific Committee (ISC) that has established a global mapping system meeting the criteria of universality and the international reputation of each academic institution. The International Scientific Committee is composed of 11 members: 2 executive members of Eduniversal; 9 independent expert members who represent the nine academic zones: Africa, North America, Latin America, Central Asia, Eurasia and Middle East, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Far East Asia, Oceania.
Eduniversal’s subdivision by Palmes:
• 5 palmes (100 schools): Universal Business Schools with major international influence
• 4 palmes (200 schools): Top Business Schools internationally known
• 3 palmes (400 schools): Excellent Business Schools nationally strong and/or with continental links
• 2 palmes (200 schools): Good Business Schools with regional influence
• 1 palme (100 schools): Local references with great local influence