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EBS again in Eduniversal Top 300

Estonian Business School (EBS), as an internationally known top business school, was rewarded for the fourth year in a row with 4 “Palms” in the Eduniversal Official Selection 2011. This recognition places the school amongst the world’s top 300 best business schools characterized by strong influence on both local and international levels.

The Eduniversal Palms were elaborated according to a complete methodology that takes into account different aspects of the business schools’ influence on three different levels:
• International recognition through accreditations, memberships as well as international, regional and local rankings;
• International awareness through the votes of 1,000 deans;
• Suggestions from the members of the International Scientific Committee.

The purpose of these palms is to compare objectively a school of a given country or continent to another one. A maximum of 5 Palms was rewarded to universal business schools with major international influence, including, for instance, Harvard Business School, London Business School and Copenhagen Business School.
 4 Palms were rewarded to schools with strong influence on both local and international level, including such recognized business schools as Maastricht School of Management, Stockholm University School of Business and Lancaster University Management School. Also included in the ranking from Estonia was Tallinn University of Technology, who gained 3 Palms as an excellent business school with nationally strong and/or with continental links.

The Eduniversal Official Selection is made of a global map of 1,000 Business Schools grouped by geographic zones and individual countries. The Eduniversal Official Selection is published online on the website:

Eduniversal’s mission is to be a valuable online orientation and recruitment tool dedicated to students, their parents, HR departments and the representatives of the academic spheres.


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