Alphabetical List of Best Business School Profiles

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The University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, Manderson Graduate School of Business
Tuscaloosa, Alabama

The University of Arizona, Eller College of Management
Tuscon, Arizona

The University of Arkansas, Sam M. Walton College of Business
Fayetteville, Arkansas

University of California-Berkeley, Haas School of Business
Berkeley, California

University of California-Davis, Graduate School of Management
Davis, California

University of California-San Diego, Rady School of Management
La Jolla, California

University of California-Los Angeles, Anderson School of Management
Los Angeles, California

The University of Chicago, Booth School of Business
Chicago, Illinois

University of Cincinnati, Carl H. Lindner College of Business
Cincinnati, Ohio

University of Colorado, Leeds School of Business
Boulder, Colorado

University of Florida, Hough Graduate School of Business
Gainesville, Florida

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne, College of Business
Urbana-Champagne, Illinois

University of Kentucky, Gatton College of Business and Economics
Lexington, Kentucky

University of Maryland-College Park, Robert H. Smith School of Business
College Park, Maryland

University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Isenberg School of Management
Amherst, Massachusetts

University of Miami, School of Business Administration
Coral Gables, Florida

University of Michigan–Ann Arbor, Stephen M. Ross School of Business
Ann Arbor, Michigan

University of Missouri-Columbia, Robert J. Trulaske College of Business
Columbia, Missouri

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Kenan-Flagler Business School
Chapel Hill, North Carolina

University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business
Notre Dame, Indiana

University of Oklahoma, Michael F. Price College of Business
Norman, Oklahoma

University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business
Los Angeles, California

University of Tennessee at Knoxville, College of Business Administration
Knoxville, Tennessee

University of Texas at Austin, McCombs School of Business
Austin, Texas

University of Utah, David Eccles School of Business
Salt Lake City, Utah

University of Virginia, Darden Graduate School of Business Administration
Charlottesville, Virginia

University of Warwick, Warwick Business School
Coventry, United Kingdom

University of Washington, Michael G. Foster School of Business
Seattle, Washington



  • Lets See how it effects.


    How could you categorize a school of poets. Are there any special requirements like Immigration Law Schools, to set a category for poets.

  • Avinash

    Hi John,
    Please can you put some light on Warwick Business School.

  • You know the saying: Better late than never.

  • Warren

    Thats pretty fast response John. 3 Years! It never got faster.

  • JohnAByrne

    We’re working on that one right now, in fact. We are significantly expanding our coverage of the European schools and have assigned this project to our managing editor. So you should see something shortly.

  • JohnAByrne

    Working on it now.

  • Dnyanesh Deshpande

    Any reason why Mannheim hasn’t made the cut under ‘M’ ?
    There is so little of that school on the internet, would really appreciate if you could direct me to relevant posts on this website.


  • Heather Soderquist

    Hi Andrew, Glad you noticed! We are updating all of our profiles. Duke is up and will be updates with career stats for the graduating class of 2015 and tuition and demographics for the incoming class that began this fall. I’ll send you a nudge when Duke’s update is complete.

  • Andrew

    Duke is not working.

  • helmut lampshade

    Oh I agree that it’s good information, and this site provides very valuable services. But if users, like the one who commented above, don’t understand what a “featured” school is, maybe it’s not clear enough. A simple “this business school has paid a promotional fee to be featured on the website” would probably be useful.

  • JohnAByrne

    It’s not dodgy at all. A featured school is one which has paid to have sponsored content on our site next to our own profile information on the school. That content is clearly marked and includes deeper information on the school and its relevant programs, a gallery of photos, video, updated calendar of events, publication of the school’s posts on Facebook and its tweets on Twitter, among other things. I see this as a real service to our readers and an important way for us to produce the quality content on our site and make it available to readers at no cost.

  • helmut lampshade

    A “featured” school has most likely paid this site some kind of promotional fee. The site doesn’t make this clear, which is dodgy, but it’s probably advertising.

  • JohnAByrne
  • C

    Anyone have info on the Jack Welch Management Institute ?

  • Hema

    On what basis does a school become a featured school of poets and quants?

  • Gautam Kumar

    Hey John…. I have got an admit from Manchester Business School. So less is available about the school on net and it does feature here. Is it possible to do a feature? Further, how would you advise for the school