Forbes MBA Ranking

Published: 9 October 2013 | by Thomas Graf

European 1-Year MBA programs turn out to beat the US 2-Year programs when it comes to return of investment (ROI). 

This is the result of Forbes' new MBA ranking, published 9 October 2013. In contrast to MBA rankings from Financial Times, Businessweek, US News, or The Economist, Forbes ranks the schools based on alumni salaries 5 years from graduating. Find here our article "Comparison of MBA Ranking Methodologies".

 

Forbes US MBA Ranking 2013

  1. Stanford
  2. Chicago (Booth)
  3. Harvard
  4. Pennsylvania (Wharton)
  5. Northwestern (Kellogg)
  6. Dartmouth (Tuck)
  7. Columbia
  8. Duke (Fuqua)
  9. Cornell (Johnson)
  10. Michigan (Ross)
  11. UNC (Kenan-Flagler)
  12. MIT (Sloan)
  13. UCLA (Anderson)
  14. UC Berkeley (Haas)
  15. Virginia (Darden)
  16. Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)
  17. Brigham Young (Marriott)
  18. Yale
  19. Indiana (Kelley)
  20. Iowa (Tippie)
  21. Texas-Austin (McCombs)
  22. Michigan State (Broad)
  23. NYU (Stern)
  24. Emory (Goizueta)
  25. Minnesota (Carlson)
  26. Penn State (Smeal)
  27. Washington (Foster)
  28. Purdue (Krannert)
  29. Notre Dame (Mendoza)
  30. Texas A&M (Mays)
  31. SMU (Cox)
  32. Wisconsin-Madison
  33. Georgetown (McDonough)
  34. Washington U-St. Louis(Olin)
  35. Georgia Tech (Scheller)
  36. Ohio State (Fisher)
  37. USC (Marshall)
  38. Rochester (Simon)
  39. Vanderbilt (Owen)
  40. Buffalo
  41. Rice (Jones)
  42. Maryland (Smith)
  43. Wake Forest
  44. Boston U
  45. Illinois-Urbana-Champaign
  46. Connecticut
  47. William & Mary (Mason)
  48. Pittsburgh (Katz)
  49. Georgia (Terry)
  50. UC Davis
  51. Boston College (Carroll)
  52. Rollins (Crummer)
  53. South Carolina (Moore)
  54. Tulane (Freeman)
  55. Northeastern (D'Amore-McKim)
  56. Alabama (Manderson)
  57. Arizona (Eller)
  58. Missouri (Trulaske)
  59. Temple (Fox)
  60. Arizona State (Carey)
  61. UC Irvine (Merage)
  62. Case Western (Weatherhead)
  63. Florida (Hough)
  64. San Diego State
  65. Utah (Eccles)
  66. CUNY Baruch (Zicklin)
  67. Louisiana State (Ourso)
  68. Miami
  69. Pepperdine (Graziadio)
  70. Colorado (Leeds)
 

Forbes Non-US MBA Ranking 2013

  1. IMD
  2. Insead
  3. SDA Bocconi
  4. London
  5. IE Business School
  6. Oxford (Said)
  7. Warwick
  8. Cambridge (Judge)
  9. National University of Singapore
  10. Cranfield
  11. Hong Kong UST
  12. Lancaster
  13. Manchester
  14. IESE
  15. Ipade
  16. City U (Cass)
  17. Ceibs
  18. Esade
  19. S P Jain
  20. HEC Paris
  21. York (Schulich)
  22. HEC Montreal
  23. British Columbia (Sauder)
  24. Australian GSM

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