17 schools decline to participate in ranking
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23 schools had double-digit drops or gains
Kellogg and Yale jump nine places, IMD plunges
Rice University tops the new list
Princeton Review’s silly entrepreneur ranking
List fails to include any of the 50 U.S. programs
Students rank programs on social impact, sustainability
Stanford, Harvard and Berkeley top the list
Crunching the data: Babson, Kellogg, Yale, and MIT are among the schools in the top 25 for career growth