London Business School has been ranked among the top 100 universities for the third consecutive year in a row in the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings.
The world’s largest survey of senior academics – the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings – has placed the School in the top 100 for a third year, and this year London Business School has risen to 81-90, alongside significantly bigger, non-specialist institutions.
The World Reputation Rankings 2016 use the world's largest invitation-only academic opinion survey to provide a list of the top 100 most powerful global university brands, based on the judgement of senior, published academics.
Professor Sir Andrew Likierman, Dean, London Business School, says: “The remarkable aspect of this ranking is that it is based on the number of times an institution was cited, by 10,000 of the world’s top scholars, as being the best in its field. There is no adjustment for size and we are ranked in the same way as multidisciplinary universities many times our size.”
The World Reputation Rankings are part of the portfolio of league tables produced by the Times Higher Education, a respected provider of comparative global higher education performance data.
The rankings are based on a global invitation-only opinion poll carried out by Ipsos MediaCT for Times Higher Education’s rankings data supplier, Thomson Reuters.
The 2016 results are based on more than 10,000 responses from published, senior academics, across a range of disciplines, in 133 countries.