I'm not really sure what you are asking for here. Recruiters never recruit from a school purely on its perceived strength. Recruiters usually have long standing relationships with these schools and typically recruit individuals on the individual's background and accomplishments. My suggestion would be to have a think about where you want to be after the MBA and then investigate whether recruiter from that firm or industry recruits from the particular school and make your decision based on that. Bear in mind that this does not preclude you from going into a school and contacting recruiters outside of the school's career services and seeking out jobs on your own.
Think of competitive advantage by way of strength of teaching and quality of faculty, strength and helpfulness of alumni, any location advantage (and of course relationship with powerful recruiters). Of course the marketing jargon for all schools often tout very similar strengths so it helps to look beyond this by visiting the school and getting a sense of what the current students are getting out of their experience.
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