The ranking is based on a number of factors including alumni salaries, gender diversity and the international spread of students. MBA students from London Business School earned an average of $154,147 (£102,000) three years after graduation – an impressive uplift of 97% on their previous earnings.
Two other business schools in London, Imperial College Business School and Cass Business School, also made it into the top 50 of the FT Global MBA Ranking.
Imperial College Business School, part of Imperial College London, came 34th in the ranking, up 15 places from the previous year. MBA students from Imperial College Business School earned an average of $108,553 (£72,000) three years after graduation.
Cass Business School, part of City University London, came 45th in the ranking. Students who graduated with an MBA from Cass Business School earned an average of $114,032 (£75,000) three years after graduation.
MBA courses in London
London is a global city. An MBA from London will enhance your CV and make you a more attractive graduate to the world’s best employers.
Read our guide to studying an MBA in London to find out why you should study in London, average starting salaries for MBA graduates and what MBA courses are available in London.