Ten of the world's top 50 universities are in Britain, a new ranking has published. Britain maintained its position as second only to the US. The new ranking also found that London is the only city with four universities in the world's top 50. University College London, Imperial and King's College London were ranked among the top 20, while London School of Economics significantly improved its position, reaching 35 in table. This put London behind Boston and New York. Cambridge dipped from joint second last year to joint third with Stanford. Oxford and UCL are in sixth and seventh place respectively, while Imperial to eighth.
In another list published by FT, under the top 25 masters in management in 2015 London Business School has been featured on 7th, Imperial College on 19th, Warwick on 23rd and City University: Cass at 24th place. Indian Institute of Management in Ahmedabad and Kolkata have been featured in 15th and 16th place respectively.
Giving an idea of the salary earned by these management graduates, it was revealed that LBS graduates earn roughly $77,006, while IIM (Ahd) graduates earn $99,544, IIM (Kol) earn ($92,964), Imperial College Business School graduates earn ($56,864), Warwick ($55,556) and Cass ($59,665).