Рейтинги американских и мировых бизнес-школ – 2008

University of Chicago Booth School of Business второй раз подряд становится лидером рейтинга BusinessWeek
Американский журнал BusinessWeek каждые два года на основе опросов студентов, работодателей и профессоров составляет список лучших в Северной Америке бизнес-школ с полной программой MBA (Full-Time MBA). При оценке учитываются и такие элементы, как способность учебного заведения откликаться на нужды и потребности местного сообщества, преданность делу знаний, учебный порыв, отношения с ведущими работодателями, верность цели достижения совершенства в процессе обучения.

И канадский Queen's University так же лидирует среди международных школ, опережая Oxford и Cambridge

Рейтинг Full-Time MBA американских бизнес-школ – 2008

Примечание: В печатном номере журнала BusinessWeek, вышедшем 24 ноября 2008 г., эта таблица публикуется в сокращенном варианте, с заголовками колонок для корпоративного читателя и дипломированного специалиста. В этой, публикуемой здесь, полной версии таблицы колонки маркированы правильно.

 

2008
Rank
2006
Rank
School Grad.
Poll
Corp.
Poll
Intellect.
Capital
Tuition &
Fees1
Pre-MBA Pay
($000)2
Post-MBA Pay
($000)2
Selectivity
(%)
Job Offers
(%)3
Gen.
Mgmt.4
Analysis4 Teaching5 Careers5
Chicago (Booth) 97,165 78.0  105.0  22  94.8  A+  A+  A+  A+ 
Harvard 101,660 77.0  121.0  12  100.0  A+  A+  A    A+ 
Northwestern (Kellogg) 25  93,918 75.0  110.0  20  97.0  A+  A+  B    A+ 
Pennsylvania (Wharton) 11  100,860 80.0  120.0  18  95.6  A+  A+  B    A+ 
Michigan (Ross) 10  12  90,879 63.5  105.0  20  95.9  A+  A    B    A   
Stanford 97,842 75.0  125.0  96.7  A+  A+  B    A+ 
10  Columbia 94,104 75.0  110.0  15  94.2  A    A+  A    A+ 
Duke (Fuqua) 13  95,000 65.0  100.0  30  94.9  A+  A    A    A   
MIT (Sloan) 14  93,568 70.0  116.0  15  96.2  B    A+  B    A   
10  UC-Berkeley (Haas) 11  84,055 78.0  110.0  12  94.4  A+  A+  B    A   
11  13  Cornell (Johnson) 15  10  13  93,000 68.0  96.5  19  95.0  A    A    A+  A+ 
12  11  Dartmouth (Tuck) 11  16  91,905 65.0  115.0  16  95.0  A    B    A+  A+ 
13  14  NYU (Stern) 12  13  17  89,184 65.0  95.0  15  94.4  B    A    B    A   
14  12  UCLA (Anderson) 18  18  77,126 65.0  100.0  20  91.8  A    A    B    B   
15  18  Indiana (Kelley) 19  27  76,440 44.0  92.0  34  96.2  B    A    A+  A+ 
16  15  Virginia (Darden) 14  12  38  94,000 63.0  100.0  25  95.4  A+  A    A+  A   
17  17  North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler) 17  14  19  81,401 60.0  95.0  34  96.0  A    B    A+  B   
18  NA Southern Methodist (Cox) 21  17  37  81,384 50.0  90.0  36  83.7  B    B    A+  A   
19  16  Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) 20  21  23  93,844 58.0  102.0  27  96.5  A    A+  B    A   
20  26  Notre Dame (Mendoza) 23  20  24  77,340 49.0  93.5  34  89.9  B    C    A+  A   
21  20  Texas-Austin (McCombs) 22  22  15  81,400 65.0  95.0  27  92.9  A    A    B    A   
22  NA Brigham Young (Marriott) 27  15  41  37,010 50.0  90.0  56  93.9  A    A    A    B   
23  23  Emory (Goizueta) 16  30  28  82,856 57.0  95.0  29  85.8  A    B    A    B   
24  19  Yale 19  33  10  93,098 55.0  97.0  14  94.1  C    C    A+  B   
25  21  USC (Marshall) 25  25  31  88,800 60.0  95.0  23  79.1  A    A    C    B   
26  25  Maryland (Smith) 28  42  82,435 53.0  91.0  28  92.0  C    C    B    B   
27  NA U. of Washington (Foster) 30  26  29  64,902 50.0  85.0  30  83.0  B    B    B    B   
28  27  Washington University (Olin) 24  41  16  82,672 50.0  90.0  34  95.7  C    C    A    B   
29  NA Georgia Tech 31  28  26  64,152 55.0  95.0  29  100.0  B    A    B    B   
30  30  Vanderbilt (Owen) 29  27  39  90,586 57.0  91.0  36  85.7  B    B    A    B   
2nd Tier NA Arizona State (Carey) 35  40  34  59,208 45.0  83.0  24  81.6  A    B    B    B   
2nd Tier NA Babson (Olin) 32  36  43  72,184 55.0  95.0  48  76.6  B    B    A    C   
2nd Tier NA Boston U. 36  43  40  73,996 50.0  90.0  28  83.9  B    B    A    C   
2nd Tier NA Connecticut 45  44  35  49,628 45.0  90.0  38  79.2  B    B    C    C   
2nd Tier NA George Washington 43  31  44  65,550 47.5  80.0  39  85.4  C    C    C    C   
2nd Tier 22  Georgetown (McDonough) 26  38  42  83,868 55.0  95.0  30  93.3  C    C    C    B   
2nd Tier NA Illinois-Urbana Champaign 44  24  18  59,504 40.0  90.0  35  88.9  C    C    C    C   
2nd Tier NA Iowa (Tippie) 42  34  36  52,309 37.0  85.0  39  84.0  B    B    A    C   
2nd Tier 29  Michigan State (Broad) 33  29  33  58,365 40.0  93.0  27  94.0  B    B    B    A   
2nd Tier NA Minnesota (Carlson) 41  35  22  80,087 51.0  90.0  39  93.5  C    B    C    B   
2nd Tier NA Ohio State (Fisher) 39  37  21  77,745 45.0  90.0  31  95.3  B    B    B    B   
2nd Tier 24  Purdue (Krannert) 37  32  30  69,880 47.0  85.0  30  86.9  C    C    C    C   
2nd Tier 28  Rochester (Simon) 34  39  32  80,010 39.0  90.0  30  87.5  B    B    A    B   
2nd Tier NA Thunderbird 38  23  45  78,255 45.0  85.0  75  71.7  A    B    C    C   
2nd Tier NA UC-Irvine (Merage) 40  45  20  77,897 49.0  85.0  33  77.1  C    C    C    C   

Note:
1. Tuition and all required fees for entire program (where applicable, out-of-state figures used); excludes living expenses.
2. Median salary only; does not include signing bonus, stock options, or other compensation. Based on respondents to student survey; does not represent entire graduating class.
3. Percentage of survey respondents reporting at least one job offer by graduation.
4. Based on 2008 recruiter survey.
5. Based on 2008 student survey.
NR=No response. NA=Not applicable.

Рейтинг Full-Time MBA мировых бизнес-школ – 2008

2008
Rank
2006
Rank
School Grad.
Poll
Corp.
Poll
Intellect.
Capital
Tuition &
Fees1
Pre-MBA Pay
($000)2
Post-MBA Pay
($000)2
Selectivity
(%)
Job Offers
(%)3
Gen.
Mgmt.4
Analysis4 Teaching5 Careers5
Queen’s: Canada 63,896 60.0  85.0  74  67.6  B    B    A    B   
NA IE Business School: Spain 13  65,950 53.0  149.5  29  90.4  A+  A+  A+  A+ 
INSEAD: France 78,000 75.0  121.0  NA 88.2  A+  A+  A    A   
Western Ontario (Ivey): Canada 68,805 60.0  85.0  NA 82.8  A    A    A+  A   
London Business School: Britain 78,315 75.0  129.0  NA 96.9  A+  A+  B    A+ 
ESADE: Barcelona 15  70,000 63.0  95.5  45  83.0  A    A    B    A   
IMD: Switzerland 10  70,068 100.0  152.0  26  92.1  A    A    A+  A+ 
Toronto (Rotman): Canada 15  80,424 50.0  85.0  24  82.4  B    B    B    C   
IESE: Spain 13  11  88,600 50.0  114.0  20  89.3  A    A    A    B   
10  NA Oxford (Saпd): Britain 10  10  12  62,000 67.5  115.5  NA 91.0  C    C    B    B   
2nd Tier NA Cambridge (Judge): Britain 11  11  60,000 70.0  120.0  21  81.1  B    B    B    B   
2nd Tier NA Cranfield: Britain 12  14  49,100 80.0  130.0  48  94.1  C    C    A    A   
2nd Tier NA HEC: France 12  14  55,167 57.0  105.0  20  83.1  B    B    C    B   
2nd Tier NA Manchester: Britain 16  15  16  57,656 50.0  110.0  51  57.9  C    C    C    C   
2nd Tier NA McGill (Desautels): Canada 13  16  35,790 42.0  75.0  32  76.0  B    B    B    B   
2nd Tier York (Schulich): Canada 14  57,000 47.5  75.0  28  73.2  B    B    C    C   

Note:
1. Tuition and all required fees for entire program (where applicable, nonresident figures used); excludes living expenses.
2. Median salary only; does not include signing bonus, stock options, or other compensation. Based on respondents to student survey; does not represent entire graduating class.
3. Percentage of survey respondents reporting at least one job offer by graduation.
4. Based on 2008 recruiter survey.
5. Based on 2008 student survey.
NR=No response. NA=Not applicable.


Рейтинг бизнес-школ – возврат инвестиций в обучение

ROI Rank 2008 Best
B-School Ranking
Ranking School Total B-School
Costs
Post-MBA Pay
increase
Years to Recoup
B-School Costs
Int’l IE Business School 151,450 96,500 1.57 
2nd Tier Int’l Cranfield School of Management 146,600 50,000 2.93 
2nd Tier Int’l Manchester Business School 179,345 60,000 2.99 
2nd Tier Int’l Cambridge (Judge) 155,000 50,000 3.10 
2nd Tier U.S. Michigan State (Broad) 173,329 53,000 3.27 
10  Int’l Oxford (Said) 158,500 48,000 3.30 
2nd Tier U.S. Iowa (Tippie) 159,349 48,000 3.32 
2nd Tier Int’l HEC Paris 163,146 48,000 3.40 
2nd Tier U.S. Illinois-Urbana Champaign 171,131 50,000 3.42 
10  Int’l IESE 226,200 64,000 3.53 
11  Int’l INSEAD 173,000 46,000 3.76 
12  2nd Tier U.S. Rochester (Simon) 193,576 51,000 3.80 
13  22  U.S. Brigham Young (Marriott) 154,482 40,000 3.86 
14  Int’l IMD 201,798 52,000 3.88 
15  15  U.S. Indiana (Kelley) 187,048 48,000 3.90 
16  2nd Tier U.S. Connecticut 176,628 45,000 3.93 
17  2nd Tier U.S. Ohio State (Fisher) 195,697 44,500 4.40 
18  2nd Tier U.S. Thunderbird 177,355 40,000 4.43 
19  20  U.S. Notre Dame (Mendoza) 207,840 44,500 4.67 
20  2nd Tier Int’l McGill (Desautels) 157,369 33,000 4.77 
21  2nd Tier U.S. Purdue (Krannert) 186,340 38,000 4.90 
22  2nd Tier U.S. Arizona State (Carey) 186,708 38,000 4.91 
23  29  U.S. Georgia Tech 197,622 40,000 4.94 
24  2nd Tier U.S. Boston University 209,276 40,000 5.23 
25  2nd Tier U.S. Minnesota (Carlson) 208,000 39,000 5.33 
26  18  U.S. Southern Methodist (Cox) 220,184 40,000 5.50 
27  12  U.S. Dartmouth (Tuck) 275,400 50,000 5.51 
28  Int’l London Business School 299,423 54,000 5.54 
29  2nd Tier U.S. Babson (Olin) 226,810 40,000 5.67 
30  19  U.S. Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) 250,564 44,000 5.69 
31  28  U.S. Washington University (Olin) 229,808 40,000 5.75 
32  Int’l Western Ontario (Ivey) 145,260 25,000 5.81 
33  26  U.S. Maryland (Smith) 222,333 38,000 5.85 
34  27  U.S. U. of Washington (Foster) 204,949 35,000 5.86 
35  24  U.S. Yale 251,840 42,000 6.00 
36  Int’l Queen’s 150,896 25,000 6.04 
37  U.S. Stanford 302,664 50,000 6.05 
38  2nd Tier U.S. Georgetown (McDonough) 241,000 39,500 6.10 
39  Int’l ESADE 198,500 32,500 6.11 
40  2nd Tier U.S. George Washington 200,950 32,500 6.18 
41  U.S. Michigan (Ross) 257,289 41,500 6.20 
42  2nd Tier U.S. UC-Irvine (Merage) 225,721 36,000 6.27 
43  Int’l Toronto (Rotman) 221,155 35,000 6.32 
44  U.S. MIT (Sloan) 291,864 46,000 6.34 
45  23  U.S. Emory (Goizueta) 244,922 38,000 6.45 
46  2nd Tier Int’l York (Schulich) 184,000 27,500 6.69 
47  25  U.S. USC (Marshall) 234,800 35,000 6.71 
48  17  U.S. North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler) 240,333 35,000 6.87 
49  30  U.S. Vanderbilt (Owen) 237,284 34,000 6.98 
50  U.S. Harvard 308,300 44,000 7.01 
51  16  U.S. Virginia (Darden) 263,500 37,000 7.12 
52  U.S. Duke (Fuqua) 257,280 35,000 7.35 
53  14  U.S. UCLA (Anderson) 258,650 35,000 7.39 
54  U.S. Northwestern (Kellogg) 272,868 35,000 7.80 
55  U.S. Pennsylvania (Wharton) 320,000 40,000 8.00 
56  21  U.S. Texas-Austin (McCombs) 243,400 30,000 8.11 
57  U.S. Columbia 301,178 35,000 8.61 
58  10  U.S. UC-Berkeley (Haas) 285,831 32,000 8.93 
59  11  U.S. Cornell (Johnson) 262,420 28,500 9.21 
60  13  U.S. NYU (Stern) 280,548 30,000 9.35 
61  U.S. Chicago (Booth) 305,965 27,000 11.33 

1. Includes tuition & required fees, living expenses, and median forgone salary for entire program. Where applicable, nonresident tuition figures used. Forgone salary based on BusinessWeek s