Rabat - Six Moroccan universities and schools of trade and management have been included in the Eduniversal global ranking of The Best 1000 Business Schools in 154 countries around the world.
Rabat – Six Moroccan universities and schools of trade and management have been included in the Eduniversal global ranking of The Best 1000 Business Schools in 154 countries around the world.
The ranking, which is conducted by Eduniversal, a global ranking and rating agency specializing in higher education, is ‘designed to provide information to prospective graduate students to help them in their search for their future studies.’
According to the ranking, five Moroccan universities and business schools have made it to the list of “Excellent business schools with reinforcing international influence,” including the Casablanca-based HEM Business School, which came in first place at the national level.
Second in line is ESCA School of Management followed by Groupe ISCAE (3rd), Al Akhawayn University’s School of Business Administration in Ifrane (4th) and Ecole Nationale De Commerce et de Gestion (ENCG) in Settat (5th).
Mohammed V university Agdal-Faculté des Science Juridiques, Economique et Sociales was ranked in the category of Good business school with strong regional influence.
The top 3 excellent Business schools in Africa, which have been rewarded during the 7th Eduniversal World Convention on October 22, 2014 in Istanbul, Turkey are the University of Cape Town’s Graduate School of Business (South Africa), Stellenbosch University’s Business School (South Africa) and the American University in Cairo-School of Business (Egypt).
At the global level, Copenhagen Business School came first as the best business school in the world, followed by Harvard Business School (2nd) and London Business School (3rd).
“The methodology behind the selection of the 1000 Business Schools to be ranked was created by the Eduniversal International Scientific Committee in 2007,” according to the official ranking website.
“The objective was to establish a global mapping system that would take into account the international influence and reputation of each academic institution.”
The number of schools selected to take part in the ranking is determined by a quota method using both quantitative and qualitative criteria.
The quantitative criteria include the national expenditure on education per inhabitant, the GDP per inhabitant, the size of the population and the number of students in higher education.
The qualitative criteria are comprised of the number of graduate academic institutions in the country and the historical importance of the national educational tradition.
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