Mines ParisTech: Professional Ranking of World Universities

Mines ParisTech: Professional Ranking of World Universities is a University ranking by the French Grande école Mines ParisTech.

MethodologyEdit

The ranking is based on the number of alumni currently holding the post of CEO in one of the 500 largest companies in the world according to the Fortune Global 500 ranking established by the American business magazine Fortune.[1]

RankingEdit

2011 University RankingEdit

These are the highest ranking 37 institutions (out of 392):

Rank Institution Country
1 Harvard University US
2 University of Tokyo Japan
3 Keio University Japan
4 HEC Paris France
5 = Kyoto University Japan
5 = University of Oxford UK
7 École Polytechnique France
8 Waseda University Japan
9 École Nationale d'Administration France
10 Seoul University South Korea
11 University of Pennsylvania US
12 Columbia University US
13 = Stanford University US
13 = Tohoku University Japan
13 = University of Nottingham UK
16 Massachusetts Institute of Technology US
17 Sciences Po Paris France
18 University of Saint-Gallen Switzerland
19 = University of Sao-Paulo Brazil
19 = Northwestern University US
21 = INSEAD France
21 = University of Chicago US
21 = Mines ParisTech France
21 = WU Wien Austria
25 = Chuo University Japan
25 = Cornell University US
25 = Hitotsubashi University Japan
25 = Kobe University Japan
29 University of California, Berkeley US
30 = Shandong University China
30 = Bocconi University Italy
30 = University of Cambridge UK
30 = University of Cologne Germany
34 University of Göttingen Germany
35 Yale University US
36 Purdue University US
37 University of Cincinnati US

Regional rankingEdit

North AmericaEdit

Rank Institution Country
1
Harvard University   United States
2
University of Pennsylvania   United States
3
Columbia University   United States
4
Stanford University   United States
5
Massachusetts Institute of Technology   United States
6
Northwestern University   United States
7
University of Chicago   United States
8
Cornell University   United States
9
University of California, Berkeley   United States
10
Yale University   United States
11
Purdue University   United States
12
University of Cincinnati   United States
13
Baylor University   United States
14
Georgia Institute of Technology   United States
15
Queen's University   Canada
16
University of Arizona   United States
17
University of Notre Dame   United States
18
University of Texas at Austin   United States
19
University of Wisconsin–Madison   United States
20
Dartmouth College   United States

EuropeEdit

Rank Institution Country
1
HEC Paris   France
2
University of Oxford   United Kingdom
3
École Polytechnique   France
4
University of Nottingham   United Kingdom
5
Sciences Po   France
6
University of St. Gallen    Switzerland
7
Mines ParisTech   France
8
Vienna University of Economics and Business   Austria
9
Bocconi University   Italy
10
University of Cambridge   United Kingdom
11
University of Cologne   Germany
12
University of Göttingen   Germany
13
Chalmers University of Technology   Sweden
14
École des ponts ParisTech   France
15
Erasmus University Rotterdam   Netherlands
16
University of Bochum   Germany
17
University of Glasgow   United Kingdom
18
University of Hamburg   Germany
19
University of Manchester   United Kingdom
20
Technical University of Madrid   Spain

AnalysisEdit

This ranking is more international than certain other rankings because it uses the Fortune Global 500. It does not concentrate only on English-speaking countries but also includes Asian, Latin American, and European universities.

The Global Companies Rank Universities[2] by the New York Times is similar to this ranking.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Classement 2011 des universités par l'Ecole des Mines : le french ranking par excellence" (in French). Observatoire Bovigny. Archived from the original on 2015-09-25.
  2. ^ "Global Companies Rank Universities". New York Times.