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The Best MBA Schools in the U.S.

workerDue to a challenging economy, many students are looking for anything that will help them stand out as an applicant for a job. Earning a master’s degree in business administration, or an MBA, is one way to gain an edge in the job market. As with any degree, earning an MBA from a school known for its MBA programs can give you even more of an edge.

Many schools well-known for producing quality MBA students serve as a pool for high profile employers to choose future employees. You can earn an MBA through all kinds of colleges, and even online, so because the MBA is so widely available and so popular, the only real way to differentiate yours is to earn it from one of the best schools. Not every school can specialize in every degree, so it’s important to do some research to find out what schools are the best for your particular degree.

Earning an MBA can not only help you get the edge on a particular job, it can make it much easier to climb the corporate ladder throughout your career. High level executives in Fortune 500 companies typically have an education from the best schools in the country. If you are looking for an MBA from a top school, consider the top ten schools to earn your MBA from, according to Suite 101:

  1. Stanford University
  2. University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
  3. Harvard University
  4. University of Chicago
  5. University of Pennsylvania
  6. Columbia University
  7. Cornell University
  8. Northwestern University
  9. University of Virginia
  10. Yale University

Every college is different and it is important to find one that suits your individual needs. Do your research and make the right choice for you and your education.

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