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Best B-Schools Ranking History

Bloomberg Businessweek has been ranking the top U.S. full-time MBA programs every other year since 1988, and the top international programs since 2000. The number of schools in each ranking has varied over the years, with the U.S. ranking starting with 20 schools in 1988 and expanding to 25 in 1996 and 30 in 2000. In 2010, we expanded both rankings to include any participating school with adequate response rates on our ranking surveys. However, this table is limited to top 30 rankings. Click here to see our 2012 ranking.

US Schools Top 30

  1. Chicago (Booth)
  2. Harvard
  3. Pennsylvania (Wharton)
  4. Stanford
  5. Northwestern (Kellogg)
  6. Duke (Fuqua)
  7. Cornell (Johnson)
  8. Michigan (Ross)
  9. MIT (Sloan)
  10. Virginia (Darden)
  11. Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)
  12. Dartmouth (Tuck)
  13. UC-Berkeley (Haas)
  14. Columbia
  15. Indiana (Kelley)
  16. NYU (Stern)
  17. North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler)
  18. UCLA (Anderson)
  19. Texas-Austin (McCombs)
  20. Notre Dame (Mendoza)
  21. Yale
  22. Emory (Goizueta)
  23. Georgia Tech (Scheller)
  24. Maryland (Smith)
  25. Vanderbilt (Owen)
  26. Texas A & M (Mays)
  27. Ohio State (Fisher)
  28. USC (Marshall)
  29. Southern Methodist (Cox)
  30. Georgetown (McDonough)

International Schools Top 10

  1. London Business School
  3. IE Business School
  4. Queen’s
  5. Oxford (Saïd)
  6. ESADE
  7. Western Ontario (Ivey)
  8. IESE
  9. IMD
  10. McGill (Desautels)

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