Stanford Leads the Best Business Schools

Every two years, Forbes takes a look at the business schools in the U.S. and determines which stand ahead of the competition. For students pursuing an MBA, this means narrowing in on the programs that will most likely provide them with a top-notch education and land them in their dream jobs.stanford business school

Forbes took a look at the return on investment five years after graduation (so for this list, 2004 graduates), and spoke with 17,000 business school alumni from 103 schools to gather its information.

For 2009, Stanford Graduate School of Business rose to the top of the list, and was named the best business school in America by Forbes. The median salary for these Stanford graduates five years later is $225,000, surpassing all other business school graduate salaries.

The rest of the top 10 looks like this:

2. Dartmouth (Tuck)
> Class of 2004 median salary: $205,000
> Class of 2010 median GMAT score: 712

3. Harvard
> Class of 2004 median salary: $215,000
> Class of 2010 median GMAT score: 720graduates

4. Chicago (Booth)
> Class of 2004 median salary: $210,000
> Class of 2010 median GMAT score: 720

5. Pennsylvania (Wharton)
> Class of 2004 median salary: $200,000
> Class of 2010 median GMAT score: 715

6. Columbia
> Class of 2004 median salary: $182,000
> Class of 2010 median GMAT score: 710

7. Cornell (Johnson)
> Class of 2004 median salary: $168,000
> Class of 2010 median GMAT score: 700

8. Northwestern (Kellogg)
> Class of 2004 median salary: $165,000
> Class of 2010 median GMAT score: 710

9. Virgina (Darden)
> Class of 2004 median salary: $159,000
> Class of 2010 median GMAT score: 700

10. Yale
> Class of 2004 median salary: $160,000
> Class of 2010 median GMAT score: 720

via Forbes








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