The research was made by MBA.su.
This year, 1,260 graduates of business schools from 2016 – 2018 were asked about their experiences and satisfaction from received education. 34 of the 52 mentioned MBA schools made it to the short list.
Four criteria were included in the rankings: personal income growth after graduation, career advancement, business networking, and personal and professional development. The polled individuals gave each category a rank from 1 to 10.
Higher School of Business, Kazan Federal University, ended up third with 30.6 points total. It scored 6.5 in income growth, 6.9 in career advancement, 7.8 in networking, and 9.4 in personal and professional development.
Of the 1,260 participants, 67% were men and 33% women. 48% were top managers, 25% mid-level managers, 25% business owners, and others presented themselves as line managers.
Source text: Media Center
Translation: Yury Nurmeev