Breaking rank

US News & World Report has published its annual ranking of American graduate business schools. Harvard tops the list followed by Stanford, Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton school and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The rankings are based on a peer review by business school deans and on the opinion of recruiters, as well as on data such as salaries, GMAT scores and undergraduate grade point averages. According to a report in Business Week, US News was left red-faced after business schools got advance notice of the ranking after eagle-eyed students spotted it in the background of a video released by the magazine a day before the official announcement.

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One Response to “Breaking rank”

  1. Career Education Says:

    There are a lot of online MBA programs out there. How did I choose mine? I looked for accreditation. As a college admissions counselor, I know how important accreditation is. The school I chose is accredited by four boards. It’s based out of Salt Lake City.

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