Bloomberg BusinessWeek MBA Rankings

BusinessWeek published its 2016 MBA Rankings of US programs. The rankings methodology was based on 5 components: Employer Survey (35%), Alumni Survey (30%), Student Survey (15%), Job Placement Rate (10%) and Starting Salary (10%).

Here are the top 50:

1    Harvard
2    Stanford
3    Duke (Fuqua)
4    Chicago (Booth)
5    Dartmouth (Tuck)
6    Pennsylvania (Wharton)
7    MIT (Sloan)
8    Rice (Jones)
9    Northwestern (Kellogg)
10    UC Berkeley (Haas)
11    Columbia
12    Virginia
13    Michigan (Ross)
14    Yale
15    Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)
16    Cornell (Johnson)
17    NYU (Stern)
18    Texas A&M (Mays)
19    Washington (Foster)
20    Emory (Goizueta)
21    Texas at Austin (McCombs)
22    UCLA (Anderson)
23    Brigham Young (Marriott)
24    North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler)
25    Notre Dame
26    Indiana (Kelley)
27    Michigan State (Broad)
28    Georgia Tech (Scheller)
29    Texas at Dallas (Jindal)
30    Rochester (Simon)
31    Southern Methodist (Cox)
32    Vanderbilt (Owen)
33    Maryland (Smith)
34    Georgetown (McDonough)
35    Iowa (Tippie)
36    Washington in St. Louis (Olin)
37    Penn State (Smeal)
38    USC (Marshall)
39    Minnesota (Carlson)
40    Wisconsin
41    Ohio State (Fisher)
42    Purdue
43    American (Kogod)
44    Illinois
45    George Washington
46    Florida (Hough)
47    Buffalo
48    Boston College
49    Arizona State (W.P. Carey)
50    Boston University (Questrom)

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