The 10 best business schools in the world

  1. Haas School of Business


Location: Berkeley, California

Average starting salary: $121,800

Average GMAT score: 715

Haas School of Business is the second oldest school in the United States, this school was named for Walter Haas, who was an undergrad at Berkeley and also grew Levi Strauss $ Co. into one of the world’s largest attire before his death in 1979.

He boasts exciting miscellany within MBA classes. Each class was composed of 30% women, last year there were 37% international students and 36% were identified as minorities.

  1.  Yale School of ManagementYale-University-School-of-Management

Location: New Haven, Connecticut

Average starting salary: $119,100

Average GMAT score: 713

Every MBA student enrolled at Yale’s School of Management are required to complete a global studies course, they are allowed to choose the courses like Global Network Courses, International Experience course or they can also spend their whole semester at an exchange partner school. In 2014, Yale reported that 8.9% international students were hired, with approx 30% of all grads compliant jobs in accounts and finance. 

  1. Tuck School of Businessdownload (4)

Location: Hanover, New Hampshire

Average starting salary: $123,900

Average GMAT score: 716

Soon after their first year in the program, 100% class of 2016 gained experienced through summer internships. Within three months of graduation, 95% of 2015 badge accepted job offers, and start working with the prominent companies including Barclays Capital, Bain & Co., Samsung and Goldman Sachs.

  1. Columbia Business School

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Location: New York, New York

Average starting salary: $127,600

Average GMAT score: 715

Students entered into the business world the minute they arrive at Columbia Business School. The school allowed them to craft their ideas into the community and network. The cluster system, places the students in clusters, in which 60 to 70 students took the core classes together.

  1. Kellogg School of Managementimages (2)

Location: Evanston, Illinois

Average starting salary: $121,500

Average GMAT score: 724

Northwestern’s business school was established in 1900’s, later the name was change into Kellogg. The school accentuates international experience. Its International Growth Lab pairs its students with those at ESADE in Barcelona and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology to inflate strategies for solving an international business’ real-world problems. The school offered one-year MBA degree for top students who already have a business background.

  1. Sloan School of Managementimages (3)

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Average starting salary: $126,300

Average GMAT score: 716

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is home to one of the best business schools. The Sloan School of Management, offers three MBA tracks: enterprise management, entrepreneurship and innovation, and finance.

Sloan reported that 93% of 2014 graduates accepted job offers within 90 days of graduation at companies like Adobe, Microsoft, Google, and Facebook, and 7.4% of grads went on to start their own businesses.

  1. Graduate School of Business007_stanford

Location: Palo Alto, California

Average starting salary: $133,400

Average GMAT score: 733

Graduates who did accept a job commanded a hefty starting salary that covers the entire $132,150 price tag for the two-year degree. Top employers include Facebook, Yahoo, Yelp, and a number of other Silicon Valley-based tech companies.

  1. Harvard Business Schooldownload (6)

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Average starting salary: $131,600

Average GMAT score: 725

Harvard Business School is one of the best school which offers world’s oldest MBA program. The high average-starting salary its graduates command, the school’s reputation with employers, and the HBS network of more than 44,000 living alumni still make it one of the most coveted business schools for students.

  1. Booth School of Business Location: Chicago, Illinoisimages (4)

Average starting salary: $125,000

Average GMAT score: 726

Among the most expensive MBA degrees in the world, the Booth School of Business is the runner-up: 98% of students from the 2015 class had secured employment within three months of graduation.

Booth’s full-time MBA program focuses on training students for real-world business scenarios through experiential learning and lab courses where students work with actual early-stage startups.

  1.  The Wharton Schooldownload (7)

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Average starting salary: $127,300

Average GMAT score: 732

The Wharton School earns our top ranking in 2015. Though no other American school topped its tuition cost of $144,340, Wharton’s stellar reputation, high average starting salary, and 95% job placement within the first three months of graduation make it the most worthwhile investment.



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