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Re: 2010 MBA Rankings [#permalink] New post 18 Feb 2011, 05:30
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dzyubam wrote:
This should be the age at matriculation. Guys, correct me if I'm wrong.
amaterasu wrote:
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I have a question. Is the age, the age when you begin your MBA, or it is the age when you are admitted ?


Thanks dzyubam.

Forgive me for the further inconvenience, but the matriculation age is then your age when you begin your classes, not the age when you are admitted or when you applied ?

PS: I am non-US, therefore I am unfamiliar with some notions natural to you ;)

It's age at matriculation.
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Re: 2010 MBA Rankings [#permalink] New post 09 Mar 2011, 09:28
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Guys, here is a comprehensive "Decade" ranking of all the top MBA programs. I used the BW, USN, and FT to compile the rankings. I created it because I wanted to see how the programs hold their rankings over time.

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Final Rankings based on Averages
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1 HBS
2 Wharton
3 Stanford
4 Chicago
5 Kellogg
6 MIT
6 Columbia
8 Tuck
9 Haas
9 Ross
9 Duke
12 NYU
13 Yale
14 Darden
14 UCLA
16 Cornell
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Re: 2010 MBA Rankings [#permalink] New post 09 Mar 2011, 10:52
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Guys, here is a comprehensive "Decade" ranking of all the top MBA programs. I used the BW, USN, and FT to compile the rankings. I created it because I wanted to see how the programs hold their rankings over time.

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Great stuff man!
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Re: 2010 MBA Rankings [#permalink] New post 09 Mar 2011, 11:38
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Guys, here is a comprehensive "Decade" ranking of all the top MBA programs. I used the BW, USN, and FT to compile the rankings. I created it because I wanted to see how the programs hold their rankings over time.

Enjoy!


smth is wrong with your decade ratings.
Stern was placed by FT 13th and 15th in 2010 and 2011 and not 8th and 7th (cells J17, K17)
Haas is often place 28th and 30th in FT rankings.

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Re: 2010 MBA Rankings [#permalink] New post 09 Mar 2011, 11:42
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Guys, here is a comprehensive "Decade" ranking of all the top MBA programs. I used the BW, USN, and FT to compile the rankings. I created it because I wanted to see how the programs hold their rankings over time.

Enjoy!


smth is wrong with your decade ratings.
Stern was placed by FT 13th and 15th in 2010 and 2011 and not 8th and 7th (cells J17, K17)
Haas is often place 28th and 30th in FT rankings.

gimme back my kudos :-D



:-)
Given that I was only comparing American schools in this ranking I removed international schools from the FT ranking. That explains why American schools are ranked higher in my spreadsheet than on the actual FT rankings.
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Re: 2010 MBA Rankings [#permalink] New post 09 Mar 2011, 12:12
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Given that I was only comparing American schools in this ranking I removed international schools from the FT ranking. That explains why American schools are ranked higher in my spreadsheet than on the actual FT rankings.



Sorry :)

for me Tuck, placed 18th is way ahead of IE (spain) placed 8th. :)
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Re: 2010 MBA Rankings [#permalink] New post 09 Mar 2011, 13:19
Haas really 25th? :lol: :lol:

I would place it above Tuck or about same ranking if not better

I wonder how FT comes up with these rankings. So subjective
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Re: 2010 MBA Rankings [#permalink] New post 16 Mar 2011, 07:29
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I've updated the rankings with US News 2011 rankings. All the files and tables in the first post have been updated.
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Re: 2010 MBA Rankings [#permalink] New post 28 Mar 2011, 23:10
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Guys, here is a comprehensive "Decade" ranking of all the top MBA programs. I used the BW, USN, and FT to compile the rankings. I created it because I wanted to see how the programs hold their rankings over time.

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Your BW ranking is wrong. I think you have Kellogg and Wharton mixed up!
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Re: 2010 MBA Rankings [#permalink] New post 29 Mar 2011, 06:52
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Guys, here is a comprehensive "Decade" ranking of all the top MBA programs. I used the BW, USN, and FT to compile the rankings. I created it because I wanted to see how the programs hold their rankings over time.

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Your BW ranking is wrong. I think you have Kellogg and Wharton mixed up!


No, I double checked the input and that is what was published over a ten year period with BW.
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Why do people bother looking at the Economist and BW? Their ranking methods are based on strange metrics, and they deviate significantly from the true value of an MBA.

You can debate whatever metrics you like, but most people are interested in a ranking which shows the post-graduation opportunities available and the prestige associated with the degree. The Economist and BW are wrong almost from top to bottom. In particular, BW rankings use an "employer feedback" method, which doesn't make sense. For example, I'm sure Deutsche Bank is upset they cannot hire H/S/W grads for their mediocre salary, so probably prefer the Haas/Columbia grads. Does that mean Haas/Columbia are better schools? I think not ...

U.S. News rankings are the best reflection of the public perception of the degree, the quality of the admits, and the quality of the post-graduation opportunities. People want the most competitive class, the best "seal of approval" on their resume, and the highest ROI on their money AND time. When you consider this, any ranking which doesn't have H/S/W at the top probably doesn't reflect what people are interested in.
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Re: 2011 MBA Rankings [#permalink] New post 20 Jul 2011, 05:38
What does it mean if a school has a 0% under FinAid in the consolidated rankings? (see, for example, McDonough, Marshall and Olin?)
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Re: 2011 MBA Rankings [#permalink] New post 20 Jul 2011, 05:47
This means we don't have information about that percentage.
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What does it mean if a school has a 0% under FinAid in the consolidated rankings? (see, for example, McDonough, Marshall and Olin?)

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Why do people bother looking at the Economist and BW? Their ranking methods are based on strange metrics, and they deviate significantly from the true value of an MBA.

You can debate whatever metrics you like, but most people are interested in a ranking which shows the post-graduation opportunities available and the prestige associated with the degree. The Economist and BW are wrong almost from top to bottom. In particular, BW rankings use an "employer feedback" method, which doesn't make sense. For example, I'm sure Deutsche Bank is upset they cannot hire H/S/W grads for their mediocre salary, so probably prefer the Haas/Columbia grads. Does that mean Haas/Columbia are better schools? I think not ...

U.S. News rankings are the best reflection of the public perception of the degree, the quality of the admits, and the quality of the post-graduation opportunities. People want the most competitive class, the best "seal of approval" on their resume, and the highest ROI on their money AND time. When you consider this, any ranking which doesn't have H/S/W at the top probably doesn't reflect what people are interested in.


Jesus. Could you throw more crap at the wall to make your point?

DB hires multiple grads from H/S/W every year. Just as an example.

Hopefully they teach you a bit about expectation bias at Harvard.
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Not able to find the link to the file of rankings you have created for download - please repost the link
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Re: 2011 MBA Rankings [#permalink] New post 05 Oct 2011, 09:26
Rankings should be just done in tiers lets be serious...

Tier 1 - Harvard/Stanford
Tier 2 - Wharton
Tier 3 - Chicago/Columbia
Tier 4 - Kellogg/MIT/Tuck
Tier 5 - Duke/Yale/Ross

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Not able to find the link to the file of rankings you have created for download - please repost the link



Will post later on today.
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Not able to find the link to the file of rankings you have created for download - please repost the link


Look in the spoiler section. Here is the URL: download/file.php?id=14381

We'll also update these now that all rankings are out.
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Re: 2011 MBA Rankings [#permalink] New post 06 Oct 2011, 08:43
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Not able to find the link to the file of rankings you have created for download - please repost the link


Look in the spoiler section. Here is the URL: download/file.php?id=14381

We'll also update these now that all rankings are out.


Thanks bb!! even i was searching for the link.. :)
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Quickly.

What does each ranking (business week, forbes, US news, economist, etc) measure differently? What are their methodologies?

And what is M7 for? I understand that the 7 schools get together to discuss stuff but who cares about that really?? I guess I don't because it won't affect my student experience (classmates, location, post MBA salary, job prospect, etc.)

Thanks.


I think it stands for the 'magnificent 7.' It includes H/S/W, CBS, Kellogg, Booth, MIT

But I don't think it means anything besides what you said...just 7 schools who get together and discuss the future of the degree.

As far as how the rankings differ...each of their websites go into great detail about how its rankings were formulated. For instances, some rankings might put more weight on the schools' average GMAT score while another might put more weight on surveyed student satisfaction. This is why the rankings differ.
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