Schools That Meet MBA Expectations

SDA Bocconi

SDA Bocconi

So which schools have improved the most over the years? In the past decade, SDA Bocconi has made up the most ground, going from 65% to 84%. They are followed by UK’s the Cass (+17%), Boston University Questrom (+14%) and ESADE (+10%). And the progress is even more pronounced over 15 years, with the big winners being the National University of Singapore (+29%), University of Illinois (+22%), HEC Paris (+19%), Minnesota Carlson (+17%), Carnegie Mellon Tepper (+14%), and New York University Stern (+14%).

More strikingly, precious few programs lost ground in the Aims Achieved category over the past 10-15 years. Most notably, however, was Toronto Rotman, which fell from 86% to 79% during the tenure of Roger Martin, considered one of the most effective deans of his era.

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