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Top Business Schools – WSJ Ranking 2007

The results of The Wall Street Journal/Harris Interactive Year 7 Business School Survey were published The Wall Street Journal on September 17, 2007.

In order to make relevant comparisons, the 86 schools are grouped according to where recruiters tend to recruit, resulting in three rankings:

National, Regional, and International.

  • National Ranking Includes 19 U.S. schools
  • Regional Ranking Includes 51 U.S. schools
  • International Ranking 25 schools (9 U.S. schools, 11 European schools, 3 Canadian schools, and 2 Latin American schools)

National Schools

1 Dartmouth College (Tuck)

2 University of California, Berkeley (Haas)

3 Columbia University

4 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan)

5 Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper)

6 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (Kenan-Flagler)

7 University of Michigan (Ross)

8 Yale University

9 University of Chicago

10 University of Virginia (Darden)

11 University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)

12 Northwestern University (Kellogg)

13 Duke University (Fuqua)

14 Harvard University

15 University of California, Los Angeles (Anderson)

16 Cornell University (Johnson)

17 New York University (Stern)

18 University of Southern California (Marshall)

19 Stanford University

International Schools

1 ESADE

2 IMD

3 London Business School

4 IPADE

5 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan)

6.Columbia University

7.ESSEC

8.Tecnologico de Monterrey (EGADE)

9.HEC Paris

10.Thunderbird

11.York University (Schulich)

12.University of Western Ontario (Ivey)

13.University of Chicago

14.Instituto de Empresa

15.INSEAD

16.University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)

17.Bocconi University

18.Erasmus University (Rotterdam)

19.IESE

20.Northwestern University (Kellogg)

21.Harvard University

22.New York University (Stern)

23.University of Oxford (Said)

24.University of Toronto (Rotman)

25.Stanford University

Regional Schools

1.Brigham Young University (Marriott)

2.Wake Forest University (Babcock)

3.Ohio State University (Fisher)

4.University of Rochester (Simon)

5.Indiana University (Kelley)

6.University of Florida (Warrington)

7.Louisiana State University (Ourso)

8.Emory University (Goizueta)

9.University at Buffalo/SUNY

10.University of Maryland (Smith)

11.Thunderbird

12.Purdue University (Krannert)

13.Georgetown University (McDonough)

14.University of Notre Dame (Mendoza)

15.Vanderbilt University (Owen)

16.University of Miami

17.College of William and Mary (Mason)

18.Michigan State University (Broad)

19.University of Texas, Austin (McCombs)

20.University of Denver (Daniels)

21.Babson College (F. W. Olin)

22.Southern Methodist University (Cox)

23.Texas A&M University (Mays)

24.Pennsylvania State University (Smeal)

25.Boston University

26.University of Washington

27.Fordham University

28.University of Missouri, Columbia

29.University of California, Davis

30.Boston College (Carroll)

31.University of Iowa (Tippie)

32.University of Wisconsin, Madison

33.Rice University (Jones)

34.University of Georgia (Terry)

35.Arizona State University (Carey)

36.American University (Kogod)

37.Georgia Institute of Technology

38.University of Minnesota (Carlson)

39.Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey

40.University of Utah (Eccles)

41.University of Pittsburgh (Katz)

42.University of California, Irvine (Merage)

43.University of Arizona (Eller)

44.Pepperdine University (Graziadio)

45.George Washington University

46.Washington University (John M. Olin)

47.University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

48.Tulane University (Freeman)

49.University of South Carolina (Moore)

50.University of Colorado, Boulder (Leeds)

51.University of Connecticut

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Schools offering International Affairs Program

Institution School
American University
 
School of International Service
Carleton University Norman Paterson School of InternationalAffairs
Columbia University School of International and PublicAffairs
Duke University Terry Sanford Institute of PublicPolicy
George Washington University Elliott School of InternationalAffairs
Georgetown University Edmund A. Walsh School ofForeign Service
Georgia Institute of Technology  Sam Nunn School of InternationalAffairs
Harvard University  John F. Kennedy School of Government
Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced I nternational Studies
Princeton University Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
Syracuse University The Maxwell School
Tufts University The Fletcher School of Law andDiplomacy
University of California, San Diego Graduate School of InternationalRelations and Pacific Studies
University of Denver Graduate School of InternationalStudies (GSIS)
University of Maryland School of Public Policy
University of Michigan Gerald R. Ford School ofPublic Policy
University of Minnesota Hubert H. Humphrey Instituteof Public Affairs
University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public AndInternational Affairs
University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communications
University of Washington Henry M. Jackson School ofInternational Studies
Yale University The Whitney and BettyMacMillan Center
Department of State National Foreign Affairs TrainingCenter
DePaul University International Studies Program
Florida International University Department of InternationalRelations
Fordham University International Political Economy and Development Program
George Mason University International Commerce andPolicy Program
Howard University Ralph J. Bunche InternationalAffairs Center
Monterey Institute Graduate School of InternationalPolicy Studies
North Carolina State University Department of Political Scienceand Public Administration
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey The Division of Global Affairs
Pepperdine University School of Public Policy
Seton Hall University John C. Whitehead School ofDiplomacy and International Relations
Texas A&M University Bush School of Government &Public Service
Thunderbird Thunderbird, The AmericanGraduate School of International Management
University of Chicago Committee on International Relations
University of Miami Master of Arts in InternationalAdministration Program
University of Oregon International Studies Program
University of Toronto Munk Centre for International Studies

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MBA – American Universities With Financial Help

(If you cannot view the table properly please click the Headline of the article)

School

State

Mean GMAT: Full-time Students

Minimum TOEFL Score

Availability of aid

U.S. News Rank

Brigham Young University (Marriott)

UT

653

240

Aid available (international students)

40

Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper)

PA

691

250

Aid available (international students)

17

Cornell University (Johnson)

International students have several options available if they wish to borrow to help meet their educational costs. The Johnson School has partnered with Citibank to offer its international students up to $23,000 in loan funds. Students must have verifiable assets equal to or greater than the amount of the loan they are requesting. This loan requires no cosigner, but offers a cosigner option if the student borrower does not have the required assets to qualify for the loan. The cosigner (regardless of citizenship) must document they have the assets to qualify for the loan. The Access Group also offers a signature loan to international students with a three-year credit history in the United States.

Student loans may not be used on the declaration of finances form. Once you receive your student visa you can apply for student loans

NY

673

250

Fellowships available: 55
Aid available (international students)

The Johnson School has over $1 million in merit-based scholarship funds to award each year to new and returning students.

Almost 30 percent of Johnson School students receive some scholarship.All our scholarships are awarded based on merit regardless of citizenshipolarship assistance.

15

Duke University (Fuqua)

NC

705

250

Aid available (international students)

11

Emory University (Goizueta)

GA

680

250

Aid available (international students)

18

Georgetown University (McDonough)

DC

662

250

Aid available (international students)

27

Georgia Institute of Technology

GA

655

250

Aid available (international students)

32

Harvard University

MA

707

253

Aid available (international students)

1

New York University (Stern)

Stern is proud to offer a comprehensive international student loan program.

NY

700

250

Fellowships available: 370
Teaching assistantships available: 596

Aid available (international students)

13

Ohio State University (Fisher)

OH

664

250

Aid available (international students)

21

Purdue University–West Lafayette (Krannert)

IN

667

230

Aid available (international students)

23

Stanford University

CA

711

250

Aid available (international students)

2

Tulane University (Freeman)

LA

655

250

Aid available (international students)

45

University of California–Berkeley (Haas)

CA

701

230

Aid available (international students)

6

University of California–Davis

CA

678

250

Aid available (international students)

42

University of California–Irvine

CA

658

250

Aid available (international students)

49

University of California–Los Angeles (Anderson)

CA

705

260

Aid available (international students)

11

University of Chicago

Financial aid information is sent to prospective students upon admission to the program. You will not need to apply for scholarships or loans until such time. Chicago GSB offers two loan programs for international students – one that requires a co-signer from the U.S. and one that does not. All ADMITTED international students will be directed to a web site to request a loan application. The loans can be used for the I-20 visa application process.

IL

695

250

Fellowships available: 5
Aid available (international students)

8

University of Florida (Warrington)

FL

666

250

Aid available (international students)

42

University of Georgia (Terry)

GA

663

233

Aid available (international students)

45

University of Maryland–College Park (Smith)

MD

651

250

Aid available (international students)

27

University of Michigan–Ann Arbor (Ross)

MI

690

250

Aid available (international students)

10

University of Minnesota–Twin Cities (Carlson)

MN

655

240

Aid available (international students)

23

University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill (Kenan-Flagler)

The Kenan-Flagler Business School, through a partnership with CFI, offers the EXTRA MBA Loan for international students

No cosigner is required

 

NC

652

250

Fellowships available: 69

Aid available (international students)

Merit fellowships are awarded to 25% of our students. UNC awards are made to international and U.S. students

21

University of Notre Dame (Mendoza)

IN

657

250

Aid available (international students)

32

University of Rochester (Simon)

NY

665

250

Aid available (international students)

23

University of Southern California (Marshall)

CA

685

250

Aid available (international students)

26

University of Texas–Austin (McCombs)

TX

670

260

Fellowships available: 10
Teaching assistantships available: 31

 

Aid available (international students)

18

University of Virginia (Darden)

For international students, there are several merit-based scholarships available as well as student eligibility for third party loans.
In order to borrow money, the amount to be borrowed must be listed on the application for I-20.

VA

680

we do not consider the GPA in our evaluation.

250

Fellowships available:131
Aid available (international students)

14

University of Washington

WA

677

250

Aid available (international students)

18

University of Wisconsin–Madison

WI

658

250

Aid available (international students)

37

Yale University

CT

696

250

Aid available (international students)

15


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7 & 8 year Medical Programs Part II

Boston U
Brown U (8 yr)
Case Western Reserve U (8 yr)
Drexel U (7 yr)
East Tennessee State U (8 yr w/ Quillen – apply once enrolled at ETSU)
Florida International University (w/ the University of South Florida)
George Washington U (7 yr)
Howard U (7 yr)
Illinois Institute of Technology (8 yr) with Rosalind Franklin U. of Medicine and Science
John Carroll University
Lehigh U with Drexel University College of Medicine (7 yr) (Formerly Medical College of PA)
Miami U (FL) – 7 year program
Michigan State U (Medical Scholars Program)
Missouri U – Columbia (Conley Scholars Program)
Muhlenberg College (8 yr with Drexel U College of Medicine)
Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine – 6 or 7 year pgm
Northwestern U (7yr)
Nova Southeastern University (7 yr – DO program)
Ohio State U (7/8 yr – must be Nat’l Merit, Nat’l Achievement to qualify)
Old Dominion U with Eastern Virginia Medical School
Penn State U with Jefferson Medical Coll. of Thomas Jefferson U
Rensselaer with Albany Medical College
Rice U with Baylor College of Medicine (8 yr)
Rutgers University – Camden (BA/DO program w/ University of Medicine and Dentistry, New Jersey)
Siena College with Albany Medical College (8 yr)
Sophie Davis School with CUNY
St. Bonaventure University (8 yr with Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine)
SUNY – Brooklyn College and Stony Brook
Tulane U – (7 & 8 yr – apply once enrolled)
U California Riverside
U of Southern California with Keck School of Med (8 yr)
U of Alabama – Birmingham
U of Connecticut (8 yr)
U of Central Florida (w/ USF Medical School)
U of Dayton (with Cincinnati)
U of Florida (7 yr)
U of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
U of Missouri – Kansas City (6 yr)
University of New Mexico (8 yr)
U of Pittsburgh
U of Rochester (8 yr)
U of S. Alabama
U of South Florida (7 yr)
Union College with Albany Medical College (8 yr)
Vanderbilt (8 yr – ENGAGE program)
Villanova U with Drexel University College of Medicine (Formerly Medical College of PA)
Virginia Commonwealth U – (8 yr program)
Wilkes University (PA) (with Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine)
Wisconsin U – Madison (Wisconsin residents only – 7/8 yr)
Xavier University

In addition,the following two resources will be helpful:

1. American Association of Medical Colleges website

They offer a curriculum directory which you can use to search for various types of combined degree programs. Select “BS/MD” in the pull-down menu. (They don’t list BA/MD programs.)

2. Book of Majors by CollegeBoard

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