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US News 2017 Rankings are out! Yale is #8 and Stern is #20

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US News 2017 Rankings are out! Yale is #8 and Stern is #20  [#permalink]

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Yale does have a dominant industry -- nonprofit.


This Yale SOM / nonprofit association on these boards really has to change. You guys, the school has changed since the 1980s-1990s, as shocking as that may be to some of you. If you look at placement stats for recent years, you'll see that not many students go into nonprofits at all. For the Class of 2014, only 5.7% of students took roles in the non-profit sector. How does that qualify as "dominant"?

I will say that at Yale you may find "more" students who have had some pre-MBA work experience in the non-profit/education sectors; however if you dig a little deeper, you'll also find that a lot of these students either a) also have pre-MBA experience in for-profit firms or b) are getting an MBA to do a career change from the non-profit to the for-profit space.
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Re: US News 2017 Rankings are out! Yale is #8 and Stern is #20  [#permalink]

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Re: US News 2017 Rankings are out! Yale is #8 and Stern is #20 &nbs [#permalink] 20 Oct 2018, 20:40

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