Sabancı University School of Management among the top 3 in Eurasia and the Middle East
Sabancı University School of Management was voted to be among the Top 3 Management Schools in Eurasia and Middle East by the Eduniversal International Science Committee. 1000 business schools from 154 countries were considered and Sabancı University received the Deans' Vote. Sabancı University only needed 50% affirmative votes, but received 67.3% of votes instead.
Sabancı University will receive the award at a ceremony to be held in the United States on October 12, 2015. 31 business schools chosen by Eduniversal from 9 regions will also receive their awards. In the Eduniversal system, schools are rated within one of 9 zones depending on their geographical location: Africa, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Eurasia and Middle East, Far East, Latin America, North America, Oceania, and Western Europe.
Sabancı University School of Management Dean Professor Füsun Ülengin said, "We owe this success to the extraordinary faculty and administrative members of the Sabancı University School of Management. I am proud of my school. Our objective for the School of Management is to be among the top 40 business schools in the world."
Headquartered in Paris, Eduniversal is a global ranking and rating agency specializing in higher education. The company has established strong expertise in evaluating academic institutions and programs in France since 1994, and internationally since 2007.
Eduniversal produces two annual global rankings: The Best 1000 Business Schools in 154 countries, and the Best 4000 Masters and MBA programs in 30 fields of study in 154 countries.
These rankings are designed to provide information to prospective graduate students that will help them in their search for their future studies in the following zones: Africa, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Eurasia & Middle East, Far East Asia, Latin America, North America, Oceania, Western Europe.
Eduniversal Methodology – Palme Leagues
For the ranking of top 1000 business schools, the Eduniversal system first determines which 1000 will be selected for the ranking. The system ranks schools based on international influence and geographical location on national and global levels. These schools are then classified in each country by Palmes of Excellence according to a set of criteria.
Palme classification depends on international influence criteria developed by the International Scientific Committee. International influence includes elements like accreditation, business school rankings, and memberships to national and international academic institutions. In the last stage, selected schools are ranked by Deans' Votes.
The Eduniversal system evaluates schools in each country within its own Palme League levels. There is a further ranking within each of the 9 zones.
Schools are ranked under 10 categories depending on their subject of education. These categories are: Accounting and Auditing; Agribusiness / Food Industry Management; Arts and Cultural Management; Business and Commercial Law; Business Intelligence, Knowledge and Security Management; Communications; Corporate Finance; E-Business; Economics; Engineering and Project Management; and Entrepreneurship.