US News 2014 MBA Rankings

US News 2014 MBA Rankings

US News published its 2014 ranking of the best MBA programs in the U.S., and for the first time the top spot was a three-way tie  between Harvard, Stanford and Wharton. Chicago was in fourth place and MIT took fifth.

US News’ ranking is based on a survey of deans and administrators at the different MBA programs (weighted 25% of a program’s overall score), an employer survey (15%), graduates’ salaries and bonuses (14%), employment rates of students upon graduation (7%), and three months post-graduation (14%), students’ GMAT and GRE scores (16%) and their BA GPAs (8%).

The US News’ ranking is considered one of the most significant and influential, and is singular in that it only includes U.S. programs.

Rounding out the ranking’s leaders:
6- Kellogg
7- Berkeley
8- Columbia
9- Tuck
10- NYU Stern
11-12- Michigan, Darden
13- Yale
14- Duke
15- Texas McCombs
16- UCLA
17- Cornell
18- CMU Tepper
19- UNC
20- Emory

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