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By Betsy Gruber

ISBN-10: 0071378243

ISBN-13: 9780071378246

(Businessweek) A source for locating an excellent graduate university in company, for these looking an MBA. Compares the pinnacle ranked 30 faculties and the head 20 runners-up, overlaying no less than seven overseas colleges to think about. gains pointers on campus lifestyles, common admission try out rankings, and different insider info. Softcover. DLC: enterprise schools--United States--evaluation.

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In a year like 2000, many students said they’d happily do so. The most enthusiastic: Northwestern (Kellogg), Harvard, Stanford, Virginia (Darden), Duke (Fuqua), North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler), Cornell (Johnson), UCLA (Anderson), Pennsylvania (Wharton), and Michigan. Less enthusiastic were grads from Syracuse, Miami, George Washington, Tulane (Freeman), SUNY—Buffalo, William and Mary, Tennessee—Knoxville, Pittsburgh (Katz), South Carolina (Darla Moore), and Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 4. How would you rate the quality of teaching in core courses?

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TE 2. Do you believe your MBA was worth its total cost in time, tuition, and lost earnings? For most potential MBA students, the amount of money they plunk down for B-school may be the largest purchase they have ever made— not to mention the decent salary given up to do so. But with an average of three well-paying job offers per person for the taking, most students in the Class of 2000 felt they got an excellent return on their investment in B-school. Which students reported the best return? Virginia (Darden), Michigan State (Broad), Washington (Olin), MIT (Sloan), North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler), Cornell (Johnson), Tennessee—Knoxville, Brigham Young (Marriott), UC Davis, and Texas—Austin.

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