If you want to pursue business, you have to seek it in the best universities. Sure college costs can make you take a step back but if you will consider the best career prospects it can guarantee, enrol your self in one of the best business schools ranked by Princeton University itself.
- Stanford Graduate School of Business. Consistently on the top of the list for three consecutive years, Stanford offers its students the best career prospects after graduation. With 90% employment rate three months after graduation and an average base starting salary at $126,000, Stanford is definitely the best business school.
- Columbia Business School. Not too far away from number one is this New York based university that also has 90% employment rate and an average base starting salary at $119,000.
- Harvard Business School. This university continues to be outstanding with an employment rate that is 93% after graduation and an average base starting salary at $121,000.
- Tuck School of business at Dartmouth. This New Hampshire university has 91% employment rate three months after graduation and an average base starting salary at $115,000.
- MIT Sloan School of Management. This Massachusetts-based university only comes in at number five with 95% employment rate and average base starting salary at $118,000.
Other honorable mentions:
- University of Pennsylvania Wharton School. Employment rate: 92%. Starting Salary: $121,000.
- University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Employment rate: 91%.Starting Salary: $116,000.
- Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley. Employment rate: 92%. Starting Salary: $118,000.