London, United Kingdom
The University Of Chicago Booth School Of Business founded in 1898. It is the second oldest business school in the world. It was accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business in 1916. The University has nearly 45000 alumni.
The university has one of the best faculties in the world. Its Full-time MBA program is regarded No-2 by The Economist in 2011, No-3 by Forbes biennial rankings, 2011. The university has a number of centers and institutes , such as : Accounting Research Center, Applied Theory Initiative, Becker Center on Chicago Price Theory, Center for Decision Research. It is the first business school to have six Nobel prize winners. They are : Stigler; Merton Miller, 1990; Ronald Coase, 1991; Gary Becker, 1992; Robert Fogel, 1993; and Myron Scholes, 1997. Is has campuses in Asia, Europe, and North America. London and Singapore campuses teach Executive MBA program. All the campuses have the same facilities and curriculum.