World’s Top 50 Business Schools
The following is a list. These are some of the world’s 50 top business schools of 2012. The program cost and total students per program are included. This will hopefully help you choose your school.
Top 3 Business Schools
First is the University of Chicago Booth School of Business with $111,597 for program cost and 1,162 for total students per program. Second is Harvard University Harvard Business School with $126,576 for cost and 1,836 for students. Third is University of Pennsylvania The Wharton School with $121,610 for cost and 1,687 for students.
Other Top Business Schools
Fourth is Stanford University Stanford Graduate School of Business with $118,020 for cost and 803 for students. Fifth is Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management with $113,100 for cost and 1,064 for students. Sixth is Duke University Fuqua School of Business with $109,844 for cost and 874 for students.
Seventh is Cornell University Johnson Graduate School of Management with $107,592 for cost and 1,037 for students. Eighth is University of Michigan, Ann Harbor, Ross School of Business with $100,389 for cost and 795 for students. Ninth is Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management with $108,400 for cost and 795 for students.
Tenth is University of Virginia Darden School of Business with $95,900 for cost and 637 for students. Eleventh is Carnegie Mellon University Tepper School of Business with $111,600 for cost and 418 for students. Twelfth is Dartmouth College Tuck School of Business with $117,930 for costs and 550 for students.
Thirteenth is University of California, Berkeley Haas School of Business with $107,456 in costs and 490 in students. Fourteenth is Columbia University Columbia Business School with $118,424 in costs and 1,294 in students. Fifteenth is Indiana University Kelley School of Business with $53,124 for costs and 383 for students.
Sixteenth is New York University Stern School of Business with $111,708 in costs and 780 in students. Seventeenth is University of North Carolina, Chapel Hilll Kenan-Flagler Business School with $66,061 in costs and 582 in students. Eighteenth is University of California, Los Angeles Anderson School of Management with $96,486 in costs and 741 in students.
Nineteenth is University of Texas, Austin McCombs School of Business with $67,292 in costs and 504 in students. Twentieth is University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business with $90,410 for costs and 314 in students. Twenty-first is Yale University Yale School of Management with $115,321 in costs and 494 in students.
Twenty second is Emory University Goizueta Business School with $94,548 in costs and 338 in students. Twenty third is Georgia Institute of Technology Scheller College of Business with $55,328 in costs and 128 in students. Twenty fourth is University of Maryland Smith School of Business with $80,316 in costs and 230 in students.
These are just a few of many great business schools to choose from. Business is a very lucrative major to focus on in school. These are just a few of the world’s top 50 business schools.
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