Wednesday, September 20, 2006

WSJ publishes 2006-2007 MBA Rankings

In what is expected to cause quite the stir, the WSJ published its MBA rankings for the 2006-2007 academic year with the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business as its top choice. Not even in the top 10 are UofC (11), Harvard (14), and Stanford (18). Frankly, this does not make sense to me, but perhaps the WSJ is trying to sell newspapers and catch people's eyes with their outlandish rankings.

Perennial favorites Columbia, Kellogg, and Wharton finished 4,6,7, respectively. The Journal also published an interesting "International Ranking" which tried to mix a myriad of factors to judge each school's international clout. The top four schools are outside of the U.S. and number five is Thunderbird. UChicago is 14th.


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