2023 FT Global MBA Rankings - SKK GSB, #1 MBA in Korea for 12 consecutive years
Financial Times ranked SKK GSB #1 in Korea for 12 consecutive years
Sungyunkwan University Graduate School of Business (SKK GSB) continues its reign as the top business school in Korea for the 12th consecutive year, according to the latest 2023 Financial Times (FT) Global MBA Rankings.
SKK GSB was recognized for its strong performance in several key evaluation categories, including value for money (27th), career progress (45th), and employment outcomes (44th, 93% employment rate at three months). The school was also praised for its diversity in student and faculty, ranking 36th in international student ratio, 18th in international faculty ratio, and 14th in international course experience. On a global scale, SKK GSB was ranked 14th in Asia and 82nd globally.
This year’s ranking saw Columbia Business School secure the top spot, followed by INSEAD in France and IESE Business School in Spain. The inclusion of carbon footprint as a new evaluation criterion and salary increases in the US significantly impacted this year’s results. European business schools that are better equipped to meet zero-carbon emission goals also climbed in the rankings.
SKK GSB is at the forefront of innovation, offering cutting-edge business analytics and AI curriculum. This exciting field has generated significant interest among students, with 30% of Full-Time MBA students choosing to pursue this new track.
SKK GSB’s commitment to globalization and career development is a cornerstone of its mission of student success. The school is dedicated to shaping the next generation of global business leaders and promoting sustainable growth. To further this goal, SKK GSB is hosting the “Investing in Climate, Investing in Growth” forum on February 16th, providing students with the latest insights and best practices in MBA education.