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# Ranking Consulting Schools based on LinkedIn members

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Current Student
Joined: 10 Dec 2010
Posts: 239

Kudos [?]: 62 [0], given: 15

Schools: Ross '13
WE 1: Business Development / Sales

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07 Jul 2011, 13:42
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This is what popped up when I did a quick filter on the big 3 consulting firms: Bain, McKinsey, and BCG. Here is how schools stack up against each other based off of sheer numbers of current (interns) and former (full-time consultants) students from each program currently with MBB:

1. HBS - 909
2. Wharton - 710
3. Kellogg - 584
4. Columbia - 369
5. Chicago - 307
6. Stanford - 304
7. MIT - 301
8. Michigan - 221
9. Tuck - 162
10. NYU - 133
11. Haas - 122
12. Duke - 120
13. Darden - 91
14. UCLA - 79
15. Cornell - 55
16. Yale - 43

Of course not all schools are the same size so if you wanted a more accurate ranking you would need to adjust each number based on each programs class size, but I will let you do that math

Kudos [?]: 62 [0], given: 15

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Joined: 08 Apr 2009
Posts: 1199

Kudos [?]: 476 [0], given: 19

Concentration: General Management, Strategy
Schools: Duke (Fuqua) - Class of 2012

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07 Jul 2011, 19:12
I think this is a fair indicator. As suggested, things like class size, and school history also plays a part. For example, Fuqua (#12 on your list) only started in 1970 with a class size of 20.

I think a better indicator of current situation is to look at the latest employment report. Even that is misleading, since some school's student population is less consulting focused.

IMO, if your school is in the core school for the company you are recruiting for, you should be fine.

Also, GMATClub discussions focus a lot on consulting and ibanking; however, consulting and ibanking isn't the goal for every students. I find that many of my classmates actually shy away from consulting and ibanking in favor of management and marketing for the work/life balance. In fact, the General Management Club and Marketing Club are two of the largest and best-run clubs here at Fuqua.

Kudos [?]: 476 [0], given: 19

Manager
Joined: 01 Jun 2011
Posts: 172

Kudos [?]: 18 [0], given: 6

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08 Jul 2011, 02:07
rpratt620 wrote:
This is what popped up when I did a quick filter on the big 3 consulting firms: Bain, McKinsey, and BCG. Here is how schools stack up against each other based off of sheer numbers of current (interns) and former (full-time consultants) students from each program currently with MBB:

1. HBS - 909
2. Wharton - 710
3. Kellogg - 584
4. Columbia - 369
5. Chicago - 307
6. Stanford - 304
7. MIT - 301
8. Michigan - 221
9. Tuck - 162
10. NYU - 133
11. Haas - 122
12. Duke - 120
13. Darden - 91
14. UCLA - 79
15. Cornell - 55
16. Yale - 43

Of course not all schools are the same size so if you wanted a more accurate ranking you would need to adjust each number based on each programs class size, but I will let you do that math

Very cool approach and in general it shows real situation. Look at Stanford

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Posts: 1199

Kudos [?]: 476 [0], given: 19

Concentration: General Management, Strategy
Schools: Duke (Fuqua) - Class of 2012

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08 Jul 2011, 07:47
Izvos wrote:
Very cool approach and in general it shows real situation. Look at Stanford

I bet if Stanford had a class size like the schools above it, it would be right up there.

Kudos [?]: 476 [0], given: 19

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Joined: 10 Apr 2007
Posts: 4318

Kudos [?]: 762 [1], given: 5

Location: Back in Chicago, IL
Schools: Kellogg Alum: Class of 2010

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08 Jul 2011, 15:25
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asimov wrote:
I think this is a fair indicator. As suggested, things like class size, and school history also plays a part. For example, Fuqua (#12 on your list) only started in 1970 with a class size of 20.

I highly doubt there are many consultants included in those numbers graduated pre-1980. Those numbers are probably very heavily weighted to recent grads since very few people stay at the big firms for more than several years.
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Kudos [?]: 762 [1], given: 5

Manager
Joined: 29 Jun 2010
Posts: 246

Kudos [?]: 49 [0], given: 12

Schools: LBS, Oxford

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08 Jul 2011, 18:56

Kudos [?]: 49 [0], given: 12

Current Student
Joined: 13 Feb 2009
Posts: 262

Kudos [?]: 19 [0], given: 45

Concentration: Finance, General Management
Schools: Michigan (Ross) - Class of 2013
WE: Other (Insurance)

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09 Jul 2011, 10:27
I've taken the same numbers and divided by class size to control for that factor. There are a few others that cannot be controlled for - career goals, interests, location preferences, etc.

School MBB #/AVG Class Size/Ratio
1) HBS 909 900 101%
2) Wharton 710 817 87%
3) Kellogg 584 700 83%
4) Stanford 304 370 82%
5) MIT 301 392 77%
6) Tuck 162 240 68%
7) Booth 307 580 53%
8) HAAS 122 245 50%
9) Michigan 221 488 45%
10) NYU 133 392 34%
11) Columbia 369 1278 29%
12) Duke 120 440 27%
13) Darden 91 339 27%
14) UCLA 79 360 22%
15) Cornell 55 278 20%
16) Yale 43 230 19%

Kudos [?]: 19 [0], given: 45

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Posts: 685

Kudos [?]: 14 [0], given: 0

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22 Jul 2014, 13:47
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