In the world of business schools, the pre-eminence of top American business schools continue as we approach 2016. In the latest international rankings by The Economist, no less than 14 of the top 20 full-time MBA B-schools hail from the United States. The top position is also held by an American Business School the Booth School of Business of the University of Chicago.
How Booth Dominates the Rankings
In the surveys conducted by The Economist this dominance by Booth is nothing new having topped the list 5 times within the period of the last 6 years. The rankings take into account both subjective marks by the students themselves as well as hard data. One reason that might be attributed to its runaway success is the more than satisfactory quality of its faculty, careers service along with the best in the world facilities that it provides. It has played host to no less than seven Nobel laureates and has campus presence in Hong Kong and London as well, apart from its home in Chicago. Also to be noted is that fact that the overwhelming majorities, 98% to be precise, find jobs within just three months after finishing their degrees. Continue reading –>