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MBA by numbers series

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Key statistics from the top 100 MBA programmes

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1. The gender salary divide
The pay premium enjoyed by women with an MBA lags behind that of their male peers.

2. Return on investment
The pay increase of younger graduates outperforms that of their older counterparts.

3. Mobility of UK graduates
The UK struggles to retain talented individuals coming from overseas.

4. Top MBA programmes for entrepreneurship
Seven schools from the US and three from Europe make up the top 10 of the FT’s expanded ranking of 25.

5. Jobs in banking and finance lose allure
Graduates from the best MBA programmes move out of the finance industry.

6. Value for money: Inside the $200,000 cost
European MBA programmes outperform their North American counterparts in terms of value-for-money.

7. US trails in the triple jump
Some MBA graduates use their degree to change country of residence, career and industry.

8. Top 25 MBAs for entrepreneurship
Stanford, Babson and Darden lead the field.

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