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Since 1988, the Business School Ranking has made the front cover of Business Week, and is probably the most eagerly awaited and most widely talked about of all the rankings. The edition comes out in October once every two years. The approach is different from that of US News and World Report, as Business Week sets out to measure client satisfaction (those fee paying students) rather than using GMAT averages and selectivity criteria.

Business Week conducts two polls to measure satisfaction.

The Graduate Ranking: Over 10,000 questionnaires are sent out arbitrarily to current MBA students, and to avoid excessive variance the results are factored: This years responses are weighted for 50%, the previous year for 25% and the year before that for 25%.

The Corporate Ranking: The newspaper interviews around 350 companies that actively recruit on MBA campuses. The head of recruitment is asked to rank the quality of the graduates and schools are ranked from 1 to 20.

The raw scores of these two rankings are combined to provide an overall ranking.

Business Week Business Week Business Week
1998 2000 1996
  1. Wharton
  2. Kellogg
  3. Chicago
  4. Michigan
  5. Harvard
  6. Columbia
  7. Duke (Fuqua)
  8. Cornell
  9. Stanford
  10. Dartmouth (Tuck)
  11. Virginia (Darden)
  12. UCLA(Anderson)
  13. NYU (Stern)
  14. Carnegie Mellon
  15. MIT (Sloan)
  16. Berkeley (Haas)
  17. Washington (Olin)
  18. Texas-Austin
  19. UNC-Chapel Hill
  20. Yale
     
  1. Wharton
  2. Kellogg
  3. Harvard
  4. MIT
  5. Duke (Fuqua)
  6. Michigan
  7. Columbia
  8. Cornell
  9. Virginia
  10. Chicago
  11. Stanford
  12. UCLA
  13. NYU (Stern)
  14. Carnegie Mellon
  15. UNC
  16. Dartmouth
  17. Texas - Austin
  18. Berkeley
  19. Yale
  20. Indiana
     
  1. Wharton
  2. Michigan
  3. Kellogg
  4. Harvard
  5. Virginia (Darden)
  6. Columbia
  7. Stanford
  8. Chicago
  9. MIT (Sloan)
  10. Dartmouth (Tuck)
  11. Duke (Fuqua)
  12. UCLA(Anderson)
  13. California at Berkeley (Haas)
  14. NYU (Stern)
  15. Indiana (Kelly)
  16. Washington (Olin)
  17. Carnegie Mellon
  18. Cornell (Johnson)
  19. UNC-Chapel Hill
  20.  Texas

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