Eduniversal Ranking 2014: IUM among the best 1,000 Business Schools in 154 countries
October 22nd 2014, Istanbul – The 7th Eduniversal World Convention gathered 250 Deans and Directors from the prestigious Best Business Schools in the World such as Harvard Business School, London Business School, Copenhagen Business School, etc. More than 120 Schools from 60 countries participated in this one‐off event to promote the internationalization of Higher Education & student mobility.
During the event, plenary sessions and workshops were organized and moderated by the most recognized experts from the sphere of Education, notably from the Concordia University John Molson School of Business (Canada), Maastricht School of Management (Netherlands), EGADE Business School (Mexico), Carrington Crisp (UK) and many other renowned institutions.
On the evening of October 22nd, the Eduniversal Gala Dinner and Award Ceremony were held at the Hilton Istanbul Bomonti Hotel. This was the occasion to release the Rankings of the Best 1000 Business Schools in 154 countries (Eduniversal Ranking 2014) and to reward the Top 28 Business Schools in 9 geographical zones according to the Deans’ recommendations. The 2014 Deans’ vote campaign has recorded a considerable evolution with a participation rate of 62,2%.
IUM is proud to announce that its programs are ranked among the Top 20 Business School with Significant International Influence in Western Europe by Eduniversal Ranking 2014. (Full-Ranking)
The indicator of the worldwide recognized Business Schools: Deans’ Vote Survey results 2014
The Eduniversal Ranking 2014 Official Selection is the result of an evaluation work done by the International Scientific Committee, composed of nine independent expert members who are highly experienced and who are prominent personalities in the academic field of their particular zone. The objective is to establish a global mapping system that would take into account the international influence and reputation of each academic institution.
For the Eduniversal Ranking 2014 of the best 1000 business schools, the system determines, from thousands of different business schools, which business schools from 154 countries will be selected for the ranking. And the number of schools selected per country is determined according to a quota method using both quantitative and qualitative criteria.
The Eduniversal system rates schools according to their international reputation at a national and global level, and by geographical zone. After their selection, they are divided within each country into five levels of excellence which Eduniversal titles the Palme of Excellence. A Palme level is awarded to each school based on a set of internationalization criteria developed by the International Scientific Committee. These schools are then ranked within each Palme level according to the assessment made by peers: The Deans vote.
The Dean’s Vote is one of the major elements of The EES, where the Deans and Directors of the best 1000 business schools worldwide give their recommendations for each school from the 154 countries. The number of recommendations gathered will determine the ranking of the schools within each country and Palme league. (http://eduniversal-ranking.com/methodology/palms )