Getting into an Ivy League institution is every graduate’s dream. Being in a top ten school has its own advantages, the major being the bragging rights. The Buzzfyre have compiled a list of best business schools considered as the top ten schools in the world in 2017.
10. Tuck School of Business (Dartmouth College)
Located in Hanover, New Hampshire, US, Tuck School of Business ranks among the top 10 business schools in the world. The tuition fee for the class of 2016 is somewhere around $93, 550, including housing. Graduates from Tuck, on average, earn about $115, 031 annually, and get almost $29,237 as a signing bonus. International students make up almost 31% of an average class, with an average GMAT score of 718.
9. London Business School
On the ninth spot we have the prestigious institute from London, England. The tuition fee for London Business School’s MBA program for 2014 is around $105,625. The school also has a campus in Dubai. Financial Times ranks the business school at number three, just behind Harvard Business School and Stanford Graduate School of Business.
8. LSE or London School of Economics and Political Science
The eighth spot is also occupied by an European school. London School of Economics and Political Science is located in London, England, and will cost you around $80,247 for the whole program. Around 28% of the graduates of the Masters in Management program head straight into the financial industry, which benefits London as it is a financial hub. The average starting salary for LSE graduates is about $56379.
7. Kellogg School of Management (Northwestern University)
Located in Evanston, Illinois, Kellogg School of Management is doing pretty well sitting comfortably at the seventh spot. The normal paced two-year MBA program costs around $88,807 including Room & Board. Kellogg’s has an accelerated one-year MBA program that sets you back around $120,427. The university also offers a unique experience to its students with the opportunity to travel to five different locations around the world to complete their coursework. According to the university, around 85% of students travel abroad for coursework during their MBA program.
6. Columbia Business School (Columbia University)
This New York based university is just short of being in the top five and is nestled on number six. Tuitions and fees for Columbia Business School for the first year are around $96,468, which includes Room and Board along with health services. Columbia Business School offers a variety of resources for its entrepreneurs (candidates) and provides various discounts and memberships.