MBA Rankings

Each service provides a different methodology for their rankings. WSJ leans toward the hiring manager whereas the FT leans on international reputation . . . as conveyed mostly in Europe. The explanation that accompanies each ranking is mine. You can fuss at me if you don’t like it.

Business Week 2009

  • 1 University of Chicago (Booth)
  • 2 Harvard University
  • 3 Northwestern University (Kellogg)
  • 4 University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)
  • 5 University of Michigan (Ross)
  • 6 Stanford University
  • 7 Columbia University
  • 8 Duke University (Fuqua)
  • 9 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan)
  • 10 University of California – Berkeley (Haas)
  • 11 Cornell University (Johnson)
  • 12 Dartmouth College (Tuck)
  • 13 New York University (Stern)
  • 14 University of California – Los Angeles (Anderson)
  • 15 Indiana University (Kelley)
  • 16 University of Virginia (Darden)
  • 17 University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill (Kenan-Flagler)
  • 18 Southern Methodist University (Cox)
  • 19 Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper)
  • 20 University of Notre Dame (Mendoza)

Financial Times 2009

  • University of Pennsylvania: Wharton
  • London Business School
  • Harvard Business School
  • Columbia Business School
  • Insead
  • Stanford University GSB
  • IE Business School
  • Ceibs
  • MIT Sloan School of Management
  • New York University: Stern
  • University of Chicago: Booth
  • Iese Business School
  • Dartmouth College: Tuck
  • IMD
  • Indian School of Business
  • Hong Kong UST Business School
  • University of Cambridge: Judge
  • Esade Business School
  • Yale School of Management
  • University of Oxford: Saïd

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