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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



3 London Business School


5 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan)

6.Columbia University


8.Tecnologico de Monterrey (EGADE)

9.HEC Paris


11.York University (Schulich)

12.University of Western Ontario (Ivey)

13.University of Chicago

14.Instituto de Empresa


16.University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)

17.Bocconi University

18.Erasmus University (Rotterdam)


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)


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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