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Best Business Schools for an MBA in the US

Best Business Schools for an MBA in the US

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Best Business Schools for an MBA in the US
A Master of Business Administration (MBA) is one of the most esteemed graduate degrees in business. It’s a popular choice among international graduate students despite the steep tuition fees, as most MBA degree holders can expect a 250% to 325% ROI in 10 years.

Most MBA graduates receive unmatched career prospects following financial, personal, and professional stability. If you want to build your future in the field of business, consider taking your MBA in some of the best business schools in the United States.

We’ve curated lists from various reputable sources so you can be guided in your search for the best business school to study in the USA.

Best Business Schools in the US (Forbes)

We picked the top 10 best business schools out of the 60 schools chosen by Forbes. Visit Forbes – The Best Business Schools Page to see the full list.

Rank Business School
1 University of Chicago Booth School of Business
2 Stanford Graduate School of Business
3 Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management
4 Harvard Business School
5 University of Pennsylvania Wharton School
6 Dartmouth College Tuck School of Business
7 Columbia Business School
8 MIT Sloan School of Management
9 Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management
10 Stephen M. Ross School of Business

Best Business Schools in the US (QS Global MBA Rankings)

We selected the first 10 business schools from QS World University Rankings for MBA in the U.S. To see their complete list and ranking indicators, visit QS Global MBA Rankings: United States.

Rank Business School
1 Stanford Graduate School of Business
2 University of Pennsylvania Wharton School
3 MIT Sloan School of Management
4 Harvard Business School
5 Columbia Business School
6 UC Berkeley Haas School of Business
7 University of Chicago Booth School of Business
8 Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management
9 UCLA Anderson School of Management
10 Yale School of Management

Full-time MBA Global Ranking 2021 (The Economist)

The Economist has a list of the best schools for Full-time MBA Rankings in the world. We selected the first 10 graduate schools in the US on their list. 

World Ranking Business School
3 University of Michigan Stephen M. Ross School of Business
4 New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business
5 Georgia Institute of Technology
8 University of Washington Foster School of Business 
9 Carnegie Mellon University The Tepper School of Business
11 University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management
12 University of Florida Warrington College 
13 Indiana University Kelley School of Business
14 University of Georgia Terry College of Business
15 Hult International Business School

MBA Specializations and Concentrations

The curriculum of an MBA in business schools typically includes the following concentrations:

  • Marketing Management
  • Quantitative Analysis
  • Business Strategy
  • Managerial Economics
  • Financial Accounting Managerial Accounting

Meanwhile, specializations often cover the following:

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Real Estate
  • Supply Chain Management
  • International Business
  • Marketing

Getting an MBA in a prestigious business school can be competitive yet very rewarding. Stay in touch with MSM Unify to receive the latest updates on the best business schools for an MBA in the US. 

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