Comparing MBA rankings can help MBA applicants sort out business schools and MBA programs that suit them best, based on a number of different criteria. Several different authoritative financial players such as the Economist, US News, Financial Times, Forbes, Business Week and others rank MBA programs annually and weigh in several different factors, such as employment rates, student selectivity, reputation and more when doing so.
The ARINGO staff has gathered top MBA rankings from several different sources, as well as added criteria of our own to create the below combined ranking of business schools. Applicants can therefore narrow down their search for the most suitable MBA program for them based on both general rankings and specific factors such as average age, average GMAT score, acceptance rate and more.
Please note that the rankings below are the MBA rankings for 2017 and that the list will be updated when changes in ranking occur and that it is a list of full time MBA rankings.