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New MBA Rankings by Businessweek & The Economist

By Aringo WP User|November 8th, 2019|Businessweek, MBA Rankings, The Economist|

BusinessWeek & The Economist published their 2019 rankings of the best MBA programs. Here are the top 20 of each rankings: BusinessWeek - Top 20 in the US Stanford GSB Dartmouth (Tuck) Harvard Chicago (Booth) Virginia (Darden) Pennsylvania (Wharton) MIT (Sloan) UC-Berkeley (Haas) Columbia Northwestern (Kellogg) Cornell (Johnson) UCLA (Anderson) New York (Stern) Yale SOM [...]

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Stanford Tops Businessweek 2018 US MBA Rankings

By Aringo WP User|November 11th, 2018|Businessweek, MBA Rankings, Stanford MBA|

Businessweek published its annual MBA rankings of the best MBA programs in the US, and for the first time ranked Stanford as #1. This year, the rankings methodology is a bit different - BW surveyed 26,699 MBA students, alumni, and recruiters in 2018 about their goals and experiences. The rankings are based on their responses, as well [...]

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BusinessWeek International MBA Rankings

By Aringo WP User|December 24th, 2017|Businessweek, INSEAD MBA, MBA Rankings|

Following the ranking of the best MBA programs in the US published last month by Businessweek, another ranking of the best international MBA programs has been published. As always, INSEAD and London Business School dominate the ranking, and here are the top 20: 1. INSEAD 2. London Business School 3. IESE 4. Oxford (Saïd) [...]

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BusinessWeek 2017 MBA Rankings

By Aringo WP User|November 20th, 2017|Businessweek, Harvard MBA, MBA Rankings|

BusinessWeek published their annual rankings of the best MBA programs in the US, and for the third straight year put HBS at the top. Wharton was ranked 2nd and MIT Sloan 3rd (each climbed 4 spots since 2016), Chicago Booth 4th and Stanford 5th (dropped 3 spots since 2016). Columbia Business School climbed back into [...]

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Best International Business Schools 2016

By Aringo WP User|December 6th, 2016|Businessweek, mba ranking, Uncategorized|

Following the 2016 ranking of the top U.S. MBA programs published last month, Bloomberg Businessweek published the ranking of top international business schools: 1    London Business School 2    INSEAD 3    Oxford (Saïd) 4    Cambridge (Judge) 5    IESE 6    IE 7    IMD 8    SDA Bocconi 9    Melbourne 10    Western (Ivey) 11    HEC Paris 12    ESADE 13   [...]

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Bloomberg BusinessWeek MBA Rankings

By Aringo WP User|November 28th, 2016|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) [...]

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MBA Salaries Expected to Rise

By Aringo WP User|January 15th, 2015|Businessweek, salaries|

A Businessweek article reports that according to a report released earlier this month most employers plan to offer higher salaries to new MBA graduates in 2015.The report is based on a GMAC survey of 169 employers, with half of them responding that they plan to offer higher salaries to match the rate of inflation, while [...]

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Duke Tops Businessweek Ranking

By Aringo WP User|November 13th, 2014|Businessweek, Duke Fuqua MBA, mba ranking|

Businessweek published its bi-annual ranking of the best MBA programs, and surprisingly Duke took the top spot among U.S. programs. Wharton took second and Chicago took third.A few changes were implemented in the ranking’s methodology this year, creating a few surprises – Yale in the sixth spot and Michigan in ninth, while Harvard was only [...]

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Want to Increase Your Chances? Show Interest!

By Aringo WP User|July 3rd, 2014|Businessweek|

A Businessweek article reveals MBA admissions committees’ methods of tracking the interest showed by a candidate and the influence on his or her admission chances. For example, Fuqua Business School at Duke uses special software to trail the interest showed by the candidate for the program, specifically pointing out whether the candidate sent emails to [...]

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Global Demand and Salary Up for MBAs

By Aringo WP User|December 19th, 2013|Businessweek|

A Businessweek article reports on a new QS survey that shows an increase of 14% in MBA recruitment from 2012 to 2013. The most significant increase was felt in Asia (mainly India and China), while the increase in North America was more moderate at only 2%.Financial services account for a quarter of this year’s positions [...]

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Which are the most expensive and selective MBA programs?

By Aringo WP User|November 28th, 2012|Businessweek, MBA Rankings|

Businessweek’s recently published MBA ranking also reported data about the tuition rates at each program. The cost of an MBA degree rose in the last decade, and choosing a top program means a hefty investment. The average cost of MBA tuition and additional fees stands at $78,982, while two-year programs average $85,306 with more than [...]

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Chicago and LBS Top Businessweek’s Ranking

By Aringo WP User|November 19th, 2012|Businessweek, MBA Rankings|

Businessweek published its bi-annual ranking of the world’s best MBA programs. As opposed to the FT and Economist rankings, Businessweek publishes two separate rankings- U.S. schools and international schools- and so there are two winners- Chicago and LBS. Businessweek’s ranking is based mainly on three parameters: satisfaction surveys among students (weighted 45%), surveys among employers/recruiters [...]

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Updated Look at the MBA Job Market

By Aringo WP User|July 3rd, 2011|Businessweek, job market|

An article published by Businessweek surveyed the job market for MBA graduates and recruitment data at top companies. The main conclusion was that the top recruiters have slightly reduced their MBA hirings recently, while other companies filled these slots and hired up available graduates. Large companies that have cut their MBA hirings in recent years [...]

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