Top MBA Ranking by Business Week 2000

Top 30 American Business Schools:
(Survey of 82 Schools. Ranking based mainly on opinions of Graduates of and Recruiters from MBA Programs)

1- U of Pennsylvania, Wharton;
2- Northwestern, Kellogg;
3- Harvard;
4- MIT, Sloan;
5- Duke U, Fuqua;
6- U of Michigan at Ann Arbor;
7- Columbia;
8- Cornell;
9- Virginia U, Darden;
10- Chicago;
11- Stanford;
12- U of Calif, Los Angeles;
13- New York U, Stern;
14- Carnegie Mellon;
15- U of North Carolina, Kenan-Flagler;
16- Dartmouth;
17- U of Texas at Austin;
18- U of Calif, Berkeley;
19- Yale;
20- Indiana U;
21- Rochester, Simon;
22- Vanderbilt;
23- Washington U, Olin;
24- U of Southern Calif, Marshall;
25- Purdue;
26- Georgetown;
27- Maryland;
28- Emory, Goizueta;
29- Michigan State;
30- Georgia Tech;

Ranking of Top European and Canadian Business Schools:
(Survey of 15 Schools. Ranking based mainly on opinions of Graduates of and Recruiters from MBA Programs)

1- INSEAD, France;
2- London Business School;
3- IESE, Spain;
4- IMD, Switzerland;
5- Western Ontario, Canada;
6- Rotterdam, Netherlands;
7- Toronto,Canada

Source: Business Week (USA), 2000