B-School Ranking

Forbes examined more than 100 schools and reached out to 17,500 alumni around the globe for 2019 ranking of full-time M.B.A. programs. The survey of alumni indicates that a degree at a leading business school is still incredibly valuable and pays for itself in roughly four years.

Top 50 US Business Schools

Rank School
#1 Chicago (Booth)
#2 Stanford
#3 Northwestern (Kellogg)
#4 Harvard
#5 Pennsylvania (Wharton)
#6 Dartmouth (Tuck)
#7 Columbia
#7 MIT (Sloan)
#9 Cornell (Johnson)
#10 Michigan (Ross)
#11 UC Berkeley (Haas)
#11 Yale
#13 Virginia (Darden)
#14 Duke (Fuqua)
#15 UNC (Kenan-Flagler)
#16 UCLA (Anderson)
#17 Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)
#18 Texas-Austin (McCombs)
#19 Indiana (Kelley)
#20 NYU (Stern)
#21 USC (Marshall)
#22 Emory (Goizueta)
#23 Washington (Foster)
#24 Brigham Young (Marriott)
#25 Notre Dame (Mendoza)
#26 Rice (Jones)
#27 Michigan State (Broad)
#28 Georgia Tech (Scheller)
#29 Washington U-St. Louis (Olin)
#30 Vanderbilt (Owen)
#31 Georgetown (McDonough)
#32 Minnesota (Carlson)
#33 Texas A&M (Mays)
#34 Penn State (Smeal)
#35 Wisconsin-Madison
#36 Utah (Eccles)
#37 Pittsburgh (Katz)
#38 Arizona State (Carey)
#39 Boston (Questrom)
#40 Purdue (Krannert)
#41 Ohio State (Fisher)
#42 Rochester (Simon)
#43 UC Irvine (Merage)
#44 William & Mary (Mason)
#45 SMU (Cox)
#46 Texas-Dallas (Jindal)
#47 Maryland (Smith)
#48 Georgia (Terry)
#49 Buffalo
#50 Alabama (Manderson)