Top Business Administration Schools

Following are the top business administration schools in the world:

Duke University's Fuqua School of Business - The School consistently earns high rankings in various surveys of MBA and executive education. Fuqua has risen to 5th on Business Week's list of the best graduate schools of business in the United States, up from its 7th in the last survey in 1998.

Columbia Business School - The School is ranked 2nd in the biannual Forbes MBA survey, which appears in the magazine's October 13, 2003 issue. Based on return on investment, the Forbes ranking surveyed the members of Columbia Business School's Class of 1998 on their pre-MBA and post-graduate salaries.

Harvard Business School - It is consistently ranked one of the best business schools in the United States and the world. HBS is ranked No. 1 in the world by América Economía.

London Business School - The School's MBA programme has been ranked No. 1 in the world for the third year running in the annual Financial Times MBA ranking.

Richard Ivey School of Business (The University of Western Ontario) - Ivey was ranked among the top 10 international schools by recruiters and the No. 1 school in Canada for the second year in a row in The Wall Street Journal 's 6th annual ranking of MBA programs, which is based on the perceptions of corporate recruiters around the globe.

University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management - It is consistently ranked among the best and most innovative business schools in the world. The School offers leading-edge research and degree programs, including the prestigious Rotman Full-Time MBA and Part-Time MBA programs, the One-Year MBA for Executives, a first-rate Doctoral program, the distinctive Master of Management & Professional Accounting program, and so on.

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