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Ranking of MBA Programs – Based on Placement and Average Earnings




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Top Ten Business Schools in USA according Forbes ‘top financial business leaders’

School Placement Salary US $ Signing amount US $ Tuition Costs US $
Harvard 40% placed in NE USA 93,000 20,000 64,000
Columbia 10% hired in Europe,5% hired in Asia,3% hired in Latin America 90,000 25,000 67,000
Chicago 35% hired in Midwest USA, 25% placed in NE USA 85,000 20,000 67,000
Dartmouth 60% placed in NE USA 87,000 20,000 67,000
Yale 65% hired in NE USA 85,000 18,000 65,000
Wharton 40% placed in NE USA 85,000 20,000 58,000
Stanford 55% hired in west USA 95,000 20,000 70,000
Kenan-Flager (UNC) 35% placed in South USA 82,000 15,000 54,000
Kellog 35% hired in Midwest,15% placed in NE and 15% placed in West USA 85,000 20,000 66,000
Darden 35% placed in NE,20% hired in Mid Atlantic,and 13% placed in South USA 85,000 20,000 64,000


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  1. wonderful post. Thanks a lot for your information

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