In 2018, the Business School Admission Council (BSAC) released its 2018 rankings of the top 25 business schools in the country.
In the first half of 2018, there were 1,934 business schools listed.
Of those, just 793 had higher rankings than their BSE peers, with the remaining 1,006 ranked in the middle of the pack.
BSE schools tend to be smaller, and are not as well-known or well-ranked as the top tier.
The top 15 business schools, ranked by the number of students per student, are the following:1.
Trinity College Dublin, Dublin2.
Monash University, Melbourne3.
Melbourne Business School, Melbourne4.
University of Melbourne, Melbourne5.
Queen Mary University of London6.
University College London7.
University at Albany, Albany8.
University Of Sydney9.
Melbourne University, Sydney10.
University University of Queensland11.
University in Sydney, Sydney12.
Queensland University of Technology13.
University Inga, Inga14.
University Melbourne, Geelong15.
University, LondonThe BSE rankings are based on academic performance and rankings on a scale of 0 to 10.
Each school has a set of criteria that is used to rank the schools.
In 2018-2019, the BSE also released a ranking of the universities in the UK, Australia and New Zealand.
The top 10 universities in each country are:1.)
University of York, London2.)
University College Dublin3.)
University Of Oxford4.)
University in Limerick5.)
University at Sydney6.)
University University Dublin7.)
University Ingeborgs, Ingebald9.)
University Dublin, London10.)
University Cambridge, Cambridge11.)
University London, London12.)
University Oxford, Oxford13.)
University Liverpool, Liverpool14.)
University Manchester, Manchester15.)
University Glasgow, GlasgowUniversity of Glasgow is the University of Glasgow, located in the Scottish capital Glasgow.
The University is the oldest university in Scotland, established in 1772.
The first graduating class was taken there in 1831.
The school is the only institution in Scotland to offer a Master’s degree in business.