hi. for quite sometime i have been hearing about Yale SOM. Quite a few ppl say that the School Of Management at Yale isnt anything like the top schools in the same cluster. i am surprised as well as a lil confused too. i would like Linda to comment on it. is it true that YAle University's brand name far exceeds the expectations that one has from YAle SOM. (i know for sure that a lotta students who have been accepted at ellogs or othe rtop schools have got a reject from SOM. its tough to get into SOM i believe)
How do the recruiters rate YAle SOM.
# further i wanted to know according to u linda wht shud be the chronology of these schools
1) Yale SOM
2) Simon school of business (University of Rochester)
3) USC Marshall
4) Univ. Of Washington @St.Louis ( Olin school of business)
5) Warrington ( univ. of Florida)
6) University of Rice
7) Vanderbilt (Owen school of buz)
now I now its a subjective question but I would lie to get ur opinion on these questions.
I'm answering for Linda. It's true that Yale SOM benefits from its association with the university, especially overseas, but it is a strong program, especially in strategy and finance. In fact, according to WSJ, corporate recruiters ranked Yale #6 among B-schools for excellence in strategy and #8 in finance.
Since you didn't state your goals I assume you just want a general sense of how these 7 programs "rank" in some overall sense. In that case:
3) Rochester Simon
4) Washington Olin
5) Vanderbilt Owen
6) Florida (Warrington)
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