BusinessWeek’s 2012 Business School Ranking

The 2012 Bloomberg BusinessWeek Ranking of Full-Time MBA Programs in the U.S.

2012 Rank & School Index Score 2010 Rank Student Satisfaction Rank Recruiter Satisfaction Rank Intellectual Capital Rank
  1. Booth 100.0 1 11 1 5
  2. Harvard 97.5 2 12 3 9
  3. Wharton 96.5 3 16 2 7
  4. Stanford 95.1 5 8 5 11
  5. Northwestern 93.7 4 13 4 24
  6. Duke (Fuqua) 93.0 6 22 7 1
  7. Cornell 93.0 13 2 12 2
  8. Michigan 92.0 7 14 6 12
  9. MIT Sloan 90.2 10 9 10 15
10. Virginia 89.4 11 5 9 32
11. Carnegie 87.9 15 3 17 23
12. Tuck 87.7 14 4 11 20
13. Haas 87.6 8 10 13 3
14. Columbia 87.5 9 20 8 19
15. Indiana 86.6 19 1 20 46
16. Stern 85.1 18 7 16 16
17. Kenan-Flagler 80.1 16 18 14 25
18. UCLA 78.9 17 21 19 6
19. McCombs 78.5 25 28 15 4
20. Notre Dame 76.6 24 17 18 37
21. Yale 74.6 21 19 27 17
22. Emory 72.9 22 29 23 22
23. Georgia Tech 72.1 23 23 34 18
24. Maryland 71.3 42 6 44 13
25. Vanderbilt 69.7 37 24 31 35

Source: Bloomberg BusinessWeek

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