Most Selective Business Schools

List of some of the world's most selective business schools:

Stanford Graduate School of Business
- The Stanford GSB is the most selective business school in the US. It has maintained the highest ratio of "applicants to available seats" of any business school in the US.
- The Stanford MBA Program is the most selective MBA Program in the United States, offering admission to only 7 percent of applicants in a typical year.

The UC Davis Graduate School of Management
- UC Davis has been ranked among the top 50 business schools in the nation by U.S.News & World Report (2010). The UC Davis MBA program also remains one of the country's most selective. Less than 25% of applicants to the Daytime MBA program are accepted, the 18th most competitive in the nation.

Columbia Business School
- Columbia admission process is among the most selective of top business schools and it is one of six Ivy League business schools.
- Through a rigorous and constantly evolving curriculum, the Columbia MBA Program teaches its students how to work smarter.

Haas School of Business (University of California, Berkeley)
- It offers one of the most selective MBA programs in the country, the School only admitted one in eight applicants to the Full-time MBA Program. The 243 members of the class of 2005 were chosen from 3,720 applications.

Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
- The Tuck School offers one of the most selective and challenging MBA programs in the world.
- Admission is highly selective, based on transcripts, GMAT, essays, recommendations, interview, and written application; TOEFL required for most international applicants.

Terry College of Business (University of Georgia)
- Terry is ranked 46th overall and 20th among public business schools in the U.S. News ranking of graduate business programs for 2008. It was the fifth most selective public graduate program in terms of acceptance rate, at 31.9 percent. The average starting salary and bonus for 2006 MBA graduates also improved over the previous year, rising to $76,154.

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