Top 50 Business School Rankings in 2012-2013

Rankings College (Business School) Total 5-Year MBA Earning 5-Year BMA Gain
as % of
Expenses
Years to Payback Pre-MBA Salary 2012 Salary Media GMAT Score
1 Harvard $118,000 51% 3,6 $79,000 $230,000 730
2 Stanford $116,000 54% 3,5 $77,000 $205,000 730
3 Chicago (Booth) $112,000 52% 3,5 $72,000 $205,000 720
4 Pennsylvania (Wharton) $111,000 48% 3,7 $79,000 $225,000 720
5 Columbia $106,000 48% 3,6 $76,000 $198,000 712
6 Dartmouth (Tuck) $102,000 48% 3,6 $74,000 $200,000 720
7 Northwestern (Kellogg) $101,000 50% 3,5 $68,000 $183,000 720
8 Cornell (Johnson) $100,000 53% 3,5 $65,000 $180,000 700
9 Virginia (Darden) $99,000 53% 3,5 $68,000 $178,000 700
10 MIT (Sloan) $97,000 42% 3,7 $77,000 $200,000 720
11 Yale $96,000 54% 3,3 $57,000 $150,000 720
12 Duke (Fuqua) $93,000 49% 3,6 $63,000 $162,000 700
13 UC Berkeley (Haas) $88,000 49% 3,7 $68,000 $171,000 710
14 Michigan (Ross) $81,000 45% 3,6 $62,000 $146,000 710
15 Brigham Young (Marriott) $81,000 73% 3,1 $47,000 $108,000 680
16 UNC (Kenan-Flagler) $78,000 48% 3,6 $55,000 $136,000 700
17 Texas-Austin (McCombs) $78,000 47% 3,6 $59,000 $144,000 690
18 NYU (Stern) $77,000 42% 3,7 $61,000 $160,000 710
19 Michigan State (Broad) $77,000 61% 3,1 $45,000 $109,000 645
20 UCLA (Anderson) $77,000 45% 3,7 $63,000 $159,000 710
21 Iowa (Tippie) $76,000 75% 3,1 $36,000 $    
96,000
650
22 Emory (Goizueta) $72,000 47% 3,5 $55,000 $128,000 680
23 Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) $72,000 38% 3,8 $55,000 $147,000 700
24 Texas A&M (Mays) $72,000 64% 3,3 $46,000 $116,000 646
25 SMU (Cox) $71,000 53% 3,4 $45,000 $112,000 643
26 Penn State (Smeal) $70,000 56% 3,2 $49,000 $111,000 650
27 Indiana (Kelley) $69,000 51% 3,3 $47,000 $109,000 660
28 Minnesota (Carlson) $69,000 46% 3,4 $52,000 $119,000 694
29 Wisconsin-Madison $69,000 53% 3,5 $50,000 $119,000 680
30 Wake Forest (Babcock) $66,000 50% 3,4 $45,000 $107,000 650
31 Notre Dame (Mendoza) $65,000 43% 3,5 $48,000 $114,000 700
32 Rochester (Simon) $64,000 44% 3,6 $42,000 $114,000 677
33 Vanderbilt (Owen) $64,000 38% 3,8 $56,000 $140,000 670
34 Ohio State (Fisher) $63,000 46% 3,6 $49,000 $115,000 680
35 Georgetown (McDonough) $62,000 39% 3,8 $50,000 $138,000 685
36 Washington (Foster) $62,000 50% 3,5 $49,000 $119,000 680
37 Connecticut $62,000 57% 3,5 $47,000 $115,000 620
38 Maryland (Smith) $61,000 40% 3,7 $54,000 $120,000 670
39 USC (Marshall) $61,000 36% 3,9 $54,000 $144,000 690
40 Purdue (Krannert) $61,000 44% 3,6 $47,000 $120,000 660
41 William & Mary (Mason) $60,000 49% 3,6 $43,000 $118,000 615
42 Georgia (Terry) $60,000 48% 3,6 $49,000 $120,000 640
43 Georgia Tech $57,000 42% 3,6 $54,000 $127,000 680
44 Babson (Olin) $57,000 39% 3,7 $53,000 $112,000 624
45 Rice (Jones) $56,000 34% 3,9 $54,000 $126,000 680
46 Rollins (Crummer) $56,000 57% 3,4 $26,000 $    
89,000
582
47 Washington U-St. Louis(Olin) $56,000 38% 3,8 $48,000 $119,000 700
48 U Buffalo, SUNY $56,000 68% 3,3 $29,000 $    
79,000
610
49 Case Western (Weatherhead) $55,000 43% 3,6 $43,000 $105,000 600
50 CUNY Baruch (Zicklin) $55,000 50% 3,5 $44,000 $104,000 650

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