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2006 BusinessWeek Rankings Top 30

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2006 BusinessWeek Rankings Top 30 [#permalink]

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New post 12 Oct 2006, 14:35
30 Vanderbilt (Owen)
29 Michigan State (Broad)
28 Rochester (Simon)
27 Washington U. (Olin)
26 Notre Dame (Mendoza)
25 Maryland (Smith)
24 Purdue (Krannert)
23 Emory (Goizueta)
22 Georgetown (McDonough)
21 USC (Marshall)
20 Texas-Austin (McCombs)
19 Yale
18 Indiana (Kelley)
17 North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler)
16 Carnegie Mellon
15 Virginia (Darden)
14 NYU (Stern)
13 Cornell (Johnson)
12 UCLA (Anderson)
11 Dartmouth (Tuck)
10 Columbia
9 Duke (Fuqua)
8 UC-Berkeley (Haas)
7 MIT (Sloan)
6 Stanford
5 Michigan (Ross)
4 Harvard
3 Northwestern (Kellogg)
2 Pennsylvania (Wharton)
1 U of Chicago

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New post 12 Oct 2006, 14:39
A little surprised how Ross got ahead of Stanford, and Haas climbed so much from preivous rankings!

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New post 12 Oct 2006, 14:47
Haas was the biggest mover (among the top 30). I guess that's not a surprise because it is about as difficult to get into as most of the ultra-elites. Honestly, Stanford at 6 and Harvard at 4 are both surprising, but not shockers given the variability in these ratings. Michigan has always fared really well with BW, but less so with US News and other publications. It looks like Darden is still feeling the impact of its low numbers (compared to its own history). 10 seems a bit low for Columbia, but theres not much argument for with the schools ahead of it (and again the variability in the ratings).

People at Chicago must be rejoicing. I wonder if application volume will pick up as a result this year.

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New post 12 Oct 2006, 16:09
Virginia at #15 and Yale at #19 are also a bit low...
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