2006年度MBA排名参考指标说明

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  构成要素(权重标注于括号中)

  审计年度  毕马威(KPMG)对《金融时报》MBA调查与排名中所涉及的商学院的部分数据进行了取证并实施了特定的审计流程,并提供了审计结果报告。

  当前薪资  毕业后三年的平均薪资。三年的薪资数字来自于2004、2005和2006年的调查反馈。数字以美元计。该项未作为排名指标。

  加权薪资(20)经过各行业薪资水平差异调整后的平均“当前薪资”。这一数字是2004、2005和2006年调查获得的毕业后三年薪资的加权平均值,以美元计。

  薪资增长百分比(20)从MBA课程开始之际到毕业三年后的薪资增长百分比。这一数字是2004、2005和2006年调查得出的薪资增长幅度的加权平均值。

  成本价值(3)这是一项短期指标,是由学生毕业后三年所赚得的薪资与该课程的成本之差。课程成本包括了就读期间不参与工作所造成的机会成本。

  职业发展(3)学生毕业三年后的职位晋升程度。衡量依据为毕业生的职位级别变化以及所在公司规模的大小。该项指标综合了2005年与2004年MBA调查的结果。

  目标实现程度(3)毕业生在多大程度上实现了自己攻读MBA课程的目标或初衷。以学校总回报的百分比表示。

  就业成功率(2)在2002年的毕业生中,经就业指导机构帮助后成功就业者所占的比例。数据以排名形式出现,所用数字是2004、2005和2006年调查结果中就业成功率的加权平均值。

  毕业生推荐度(2)我们请2002年的MBA毕业生推荐3所他们最愿意招聘其MBA毕业生的商学院。这里的数据是各所院校所获得的推荐次数。其数值为2004、2005和2006年调查得出的毕业生推荐次数的加权平均数,以排名形式出现。

  3个月内的就业率(2)最近一届毕业生中,在3个月内找到工作的学生占全班人数的比例。括号内的数字是该校所能提供数据的班级占其所有班级数量的比例。

  女性教师(2)女性教师的百分比。

  女性学生(2)女性学生的百分比。

  女性顾问(1)顾问委员会中女性成员的百分比。

  外籍教师(4)国籍与该校所在国不同的教师所占的百分比。

  外籍学生(4)外籍学生所占的百分比。

  外籍顾问(2)国籍与该校所在国不同的顾问所占的百分比。

  国际流动性(6)这是一个衡量国际流动程度排名的指标,其依据是就读MBA前后以及毕业至今校友的就业流动情况。

  国际经验(2)衡量学生在课程期间获得海外学习机会的4项衡量标准的加权平均值。

  语言(2)完成MBA所需的非母语的语言数。某些学生可能因修读其它证书而选修另一门语言,此处的数字已将这种情况计算在内,但并未反应在最终的排行榜上。

  拥有博士学位的教师(5)拥有博士学位的教师比例。

  FT博士排名(5)过去3个学年的博士毕业生人数。如果其博士毕业生现在任教于2005年MBA排行榜的前50强院校,该校将获得额外的权重。

  FT研究排名(10)教师在40种国际学术和专业刊物上发表文章的排名。得分累积给文章作者目前受雇的商学院。该指标根据各校师资规模进行了调整。

  KEY(weights are in brackets)

  Audit year  KPMG reported on the results of obtaining evidence and applying specified audit procedures relating to selected data provided for the Financial Times MBA survey ranking for selected business schools.

  Salary Today  An average of salaries– three years after graduation– from the 2004,2005 and 2006 surveys. The figure is in US dollars and is NOT used in the ranking.

  Weighted Salary(20)The average“salary today”with adjustment for salary variations between industry sectors. The figure is a weighted average of salaries three years after graduation from the 2004,2005 and 2006 surveys and is in $US.

  Salary percentage increase(20)The percentage increase in salary from the beginning of the MBA to three years after graduation. The figure is a weighted average of the increases from the 2004,2005 and 2006 surveys.

  Value for money(3)The value for money criterion is a short term indicator calculated using the salary earned by alumni three years after graduation and course costs,including the opportunity cost of not working for the duration of the course.

  Career progress(3)The degree to which alumni have moved up the career ladder three years after graduating. Progression is measured through changes

  in level of seniority and the size of company in which they are employed. The data in this field have been combined with career progress results from the MBA 2005 and MBA 2004 surveys.

  Aims achieved(3)The extent to which alumni fulfilled their goals or reasons for doing an MBA. This is measured as a percentage of total returns for a school.

  Placement success(2)The percentage of alumni,who graduated in 2002,that gained employment with the help of career advice. The data is presented as a rank. The figure behind the rank is a weighted average of the placement success results from MBA 2004,2005 and 2006.

  Alumni recommendation(2)Alumni of 2002 were asked to name three business schools from which they would recruit MBA graduates. The figure represents the number of votes received by each school. The data are a weighted average from the 2004,2005 and 2006 surveys and are presented as a rank.

  Employed at three months(2)The percentage of the most recent graduating class that had gained employment within three months. The figure in brackets is the percentage of the class on which the school was able to provide employment data.

  Women faculty(2)Percentage of female faculty.

  Women students(2)Percentage of female students.

  Women board(1)Female members of the advisory board,as a percentage.

  International faculty(4)The percentage of faculty whose nationality differs from their country of employment.

  International students(4)The percentage of international students.

  International board(2)The percentage of the board whose nationality differs from the country in which the business school is situated.

  International mobility(6)A rating system that measures the degree of international mobility based on the employment movements of alumni between the time prior to their MBA and graduation and the time between graduation and today.

  International experience(2)Weighted average of four criteria that measure international exposure during the course.

  Languages(2)Number of additional languages required on completionof the MBA. Where a proportion

  of students require a furtherlanguage due to an additional diploma,that figure is included in the calculations but not presented in the final table.

  Faculty with doctorates(5)Percentage of faculty with a doctoral degree.

  FT Doctoral rating(5)Number of doctoral graduates from the last three academic years with additional weighting for those graduates taking up a faculty position at one of the top 50 schools in MBA 2005.

  FT Research rating(10)A rating of faculty publications in 40 international academic and practitioner journals. Points are accrued by the business school at which the author is presently employed. Adjustment is made for faculty size.

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