How Students Rank Their Business Schools

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Students at UNC's Kenan-Flagler Business School

Capturing undergrad opinions on the business programs at all the top schools

BusinessWeek: The Best B-Schools In 2014

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BW2

Top Five: Notre Dame, Virginia, Cornell, Boston College & Washington University

The Wild & Witty Rants Of ‘That Harvard Bitch’

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That Harvard Bitch

A Harvard undergrad's video musings go viral and offer a glimpse of college life

2014 U.S. News Undergraduate Business Ranking

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ranking

Vast differences among the two primary rankings of undergraduate programs

The Best Undergraduate Business Programs

by John Byrne on

 2014 Poets&Quants’ Top 100 Undergraduate Business Programs

 

P&Q Rank & School Index BW Rank U.S. News Rank U.S. News University Rank
  1. University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) 100.0 7 1 7
  2. Cornell University (Dyson) 97.6 3 10 16
  2. University of Notre Dame (Mendoza) 97.6 1 10 18
  4. University of Virginia (McIntire) 97.4 2 5 23
  5. Washington University (Olin) 97.1 5 13 14
  6. UC-Berkeley (Haas) 96.3 15 2 20
  7. University of Michigan (Ross) 95.4 12 2 28
  7. Emory University (Goizueta) 95.4 9 13 20
  9. University of North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler) 94.6 10 7 30
10. Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper) 94.4 17 8 23
11. New York University (Stern) 93.9 14 5 32
11. Georgetown University (McDonough) 93.9 18 13 20
13. Boston College (Carroll) 92.9 4 22 31
14. University of Southern California (Marshall) 91.7 28 13 23
15. University of Texas-Austin (McCombs) 91.3 6 8 52
16. Wake Forest University 91.0 11 34 23
17. Penn State University (Smeal) 87.4 30 22 37
18. College of William & Mary (Mason) 86.9 22 38 32
18. University of Wisconsin 86.9 33 18 41
20. Indiana University (Kelley) 86.7 8 10 75
20. University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign 86.7 34 18 41
22. Georgia Institute of Technology 85.5 37 27 36
23. Ohio State University (Fisher) 85.2 32 18 52
23. Brigham Young University (Marriott) 85.2 13 27 62
25. Boston University 83.7 25 43 41

Source: P&Q analysis of Bloomberg BusinessWeek & U.S. News & World Report rankings 

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  • gmoney

    Terrible ranking. Using overall university rank when you are talking about a specific discipline of study is stupid. Does anyone really think Penn State has a better b-school than Indiana? William & Mary over Indiana? Wisconsin? The list goes on. I know recruiters don’t. You guys are on crack.

    • AtommcNrg

      Want any cheese with that whine? Things change or didn’t they teach you that at Indiana?

  • Gragadon

    Fantastic ranking, really fixes the flaws between the two the rankings. It takes into account the prestige of the program, the quality of the teachings and employers opinion of its graduates. This should be the new definitive rankings. Well done

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