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Best Business Schools -2017

RankSchoolTuition Fees/yr
1. Harvard Business School $70k
2. Stanford $64k
3. University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) $70k
4. Northwestern (Kellogg) $65k
5. Columbia $69k
6. MIT (Sloan) $65k
7. University of Chicago $64k
8. University of Michigan $62k
9. UNC Chapel-Hill (Kenan-Flagler) $57k
10. University of California-Berkeley(Haas) $55k
11. Dartmouth (Tuck) $68k
12. Virginia (Darden) $60k
13. UCLA (Anderson) $57k
14. Cornell (Johnson) $60k
15. New York University (Stern) $66k
16. Yale University (CT) $62k
17. Carnegie Mellon $60k
18. Duke (Fuqua) $59k
19. Texas-Austin $48k
20. Vanderbilt (Owen) $49k
21. Indiana University, Bloomington (Kelley) $47k
22. University of Southern California (Marshall) $56k
23. Purdue (Krannert) $42k
24. Georgetown (McDonough) $56k
25. Rochester (Simon) $47k
26. Washington University in St. Louis (Olin) $52k
27. Michigan State University (Broad) $45k
28. Ohio State University (Fisher) $52k
29. Brigham Young University (Marriott) (UT) $24k
30. University of Minnesota-Twin Cities (Carlson) $47k
31. Rice University (Jones) $54k
32. Arizona State University Main Campus $43k

There are lot of resources on internet regarding ranking of Business schools and they change every year but they are close. It really depends on criteria for ranking (and what kind of MBA program & criteria is important for you). If you want to have a good job it won't really matter much whether you go to Harvard or Wharton or Stanford (region and MBA major plays important role... Most of Columbia graduates end up in Wall Street.. but most graduates from Stanford work in silicon valley!). Financial aid and scholarship is another criteria to be considered. We have seen in many cases students prefer lower ranked school with scholarship over ranked school (tricky call!)

Top MBA Programs US - 2016

1. Harvard Business School - MBA program
2. MBA at Stanford Business School