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The ultimate vote of confidence in an MBA program? If anything, the results are somewhat eye-opening
One of many unsolved mysteries
Best schools are the worst ‘value for money?’
The worst? Brazil’s Coppead where 73% of grads failed to get a job offer three months after graduation
Washington’s Foster & Boston U climb 20 places
Yale, Darden, Ross, Kenan-Flagler register big gains
How the schools perform with employers
Important advice for anyone using rankings