The site Poets & Quants published its annual ranking of the top U.S. and non-U.S. MBA programs for 2014. The P&Q ranking incorporates the five most influential rankings weighing them differently according to their individual reliabilities – U.S. News & World Report 35%, Forbes 25%, Businessweek 15%, The Financial Times 15%, and The Economist 10%.

The incorporation of the five rankings helps achieve a more stable ranking that overcomes the weak points of each individual ranking and combines various factors such as employer and alumni evaluations, quality of faculty, B.A. and GMAT scores, and employment and salary data.

The top ten U.S. programs:
1- Stanford
2- Harvard
3- Wharton
4- Chicago Booth
5- Columbia
6- Kellogg
7- MIT Sloan
8- Tuck
9- Duke Fuqua
10- Berkeley Haas

The top ten non-U.S. programs:
1- LBS
3- IMD
4- IE
6- Cambridge
7- SDA Bocconi
8- HEC Paris
9- Oxford

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