Harvard tops US business schools' ranking
New York, February 12, 2014
Harvard Business School has topped the list of the top 50 business schools offering MBAs in the US published by business education and career website TopManagementDegrees.com.
Stanford Graduate School of Business came second followed by the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business in the meta-ranking of the top 50 business schools offering MBAs in the US.
TopManagementDegrees.com is an online publication providing resources for aspiring managers looking to advance their business education and careers.
In addition to rankings and reviews of business and management degree programs, TopManagementDegrees.com publishes information about business scholarships and internships, job and career opportunities, and management trends and strategies.
It combines the results of the seven most influential rankings of US business schools from around the world to provide the most comprehensive, well-rounded business school ranking available.
"A meta-ranking like the MBA Super Ranking provides a more accurate and reliable picture of a school's reputation because it is less determined by the subjective judgements and idiosyncrasies that attend any single business school ranking," remarked Jerry Raller, the managing editor for TopManagementDegrees.com.
The other business schools in the top 50 list include:
Babson College - Wellesley, Massachusetts; Boston University School of Management; Broad College of Business (Michigan State University) - East Lansing; Michigan Carlson School of Management (University of Minnesota); College of Business at Illinois (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign); Cox School of Business - Dallas, Texas; Darden School of Business (University of Virginia); George Washington University School of Business; Haas School of Business (University of California, Berkeley); Jones Graduate School of Business (Rice University); Kelley School of Business (Indiana University); McCombs School of Business (University of Texas at Austin) - Austin, Texas; Tuck School of Business (Dartmouth College); UC Davis Graduate School of Management - California; University of Washington Foster School of Business - Seattle, Washington; Weatherhead School of Management (Case Western Reserve University) - Cleveland, Ohio; Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and Wisconsin School of Business.
"With all of the major business school rankings using a different methodology for evaluating and ranking schools, a meta-ranking like this one takes into account many more factors than any single ranking on its own," said Raller.-TradeArabia News Service