The Economist's Ranking of the Top North American Programs

The Economist’s Ranking of the Top North American Programs

The Economist published its ranking of the 20 top MBA programs in North America taken from its global ranking for 2013. All 20 programs are found within the top 31 in the world, with 19 in the U.S. and 1 in Canada.

The Economist explains the U.S. domination of the ranking as stemming mainly from the schools’ financial power, manifested in top faculty and beautiful campuses, and that they excel in placement services that help alumni integrate successfully into the work force.

The list:
1- Chicago Booth
2- Tuck
3- Berkeley Haas
4- Darden
5- Harvard
6- NYU Stern
7- Stanford
8- Columbia
9- MIT Sloan
10- Wharton
11- Cornell Johnson
12- UCLA Anderson
13- Emory
14- CMU Tepper
15- York Schulich
16- Kellogg
17- Michigan Ross
18- Yale
19- Duke Fuqua
20- Texas McCombs

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By |May 9th, 2014|The Economist|Comments Off on The Economist’s Ranking of the Top North American Programs
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