Business of Fashion recently released its “Global Fashion School Rankings,” a culmination of ”60 different data points gathered from 24 participating institutions, surveys completed by 4,032 students and alumni, feedback from 88 HR professionals and global fashion influencers,” in addition to the website’s own analysis. The various schools’ main points of assessment included the global reputation, the overall learning experience and students’ preparedness for their respective careers after graduating. For 2015, London-based Central Saint Martins, where the likes of Stella McCartney, John Galliano and the late Alexander McQueen studied, topped the undergraduate rankings with an overall score of 95.0, with Tokyo’s Bunka Fashion College and another London-based institution Kingston University placing in 2nd and 3rd respectively. A duo of NYC schools in Parsons The New School of Fashion and Fashion Institute of Design round out the top 5. Do you guys think that this ranking is accurate? View the full list and ranking methodology, and let us know your thoughts in the comments below.