The Economist MBA Rankings 2016

The University of Chicago – Booth School of Business was ranked No. 1 in the world according to The Economist Full-Time MBA Rankings 2016, followed by Northwestern University – Kellogg School of Management in 2nd place and the University of Virginia – Darden School of Business in 3rd place.

The University of Pittsburgh Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business advanced to 16th among public institutions (up from 18th), 36th in the United States (up from 41st), and 55th globally in The Economist's Which MBA 2016 rankings.

Durham University Business School was ranked 67th globally and 8th in the UK for 2016. The School was also ranked 4th globally and 1st in the UK for Personal Development and Educational Experience.

Temple University’s Fox School of Business was ranked No. 44 nationally among all full-time, U.S.-based MBA programs, and No. 68 worldwide by The Economist’s 2016 Which MBA? rankings. In addition, the Fox School earned a pair of top-10 national rankings from The Economist for its attention to career services and professional development.

UC Davis was among the top accredited MBA programs in North America, at No. 47, and No. 71 globally in The Economist’s 2016 Which MBA? Full-Time MBA ranking. UC Davis was also ranked No. 22 globally for for graduates’ percentage increase on pre-MBA salary.

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