World's Top 20 Business Schools to Follow on Twitter

Over the past couple of years, many of the world’s top business schools have become pretty active on social media, Twitter included. In fact, some maintain several accounts (for example, I could count 5 different Twitter account for University of Chicago’s Booth School of Management; yet, since my below ranking is based on follower-count, none of these made it).

Today I’d like to bring you a list of top twenty business school accounts to follow on Twitter. As you already know, the ranking is tied solely to the number of followers each of these has as the time of this post:

  1. Wharton at University of Pennsylvania (USA)
  2. Harvard Business School & see also Harvard Business Review (USA)
  3. MIT Sloan School of Management & MIT Sloan Management Review (USA)
  4. Stanford Graduate School of Business (USA)
  5. Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management (USA)
  6. London Business School (UK)
  7. Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley (USA)
  8. Columbia Business School (USA)
  9. IE Business School (Spain)
  10. HEC Paris (École des Hautes Études Commerciales) (France)
  11. ESADE (Escuela Superior de Administración y Dirección de Empresas) (Spain)
  12. IESE Business School of University of Navarra (worldwide)
  13. Saïd Business School at Oxford (UK)
  14. McCombs School at The University of Texas at Austin (USA)
  15. IMD Business School (Switzerland)
  16. Rotman School at University of Toronto (Canada)
  17. INSEAD (Institut Européen d’Administration des Affaires) (worldwide)
  18. Thunderbird School of Global Management (worldwide)
  19. Yale School of Management (USA)
  20. Darden School of Business at University of Virginia (USA)

Again, the above is not to be read as anything else but the ranking of the school’s Twitter activity, and specifically the size of its followership.

2 thoughts on “World's Top 20 Business Schools to Follow on Twitter”

    1. Business Insider (see the link in the post’s first sentence) puts it third after Harvard and Stanford.

      As for my opinion: I’m afraid, I’m not competent to judge.

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