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Top Business Schools Ranking According to Princeton 2015

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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.

  1. 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.Stanford Graduate School of Business
  2. 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.Columbia Business School
  3. 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.Harvard Business School
  4. 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.Tuck School of business at Dartmouth
  5. 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.MIT Sloan School of Management

Other honorable mentions:

    • University of Pennsylvania Wharton School. Employment rate: 92%. Starting Salary: $121,000.University of Pennsylvania Wharton School
    • University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Employment rate: 91%.Starting Salary: $116,000.University of Chicago Booth School of Business
    •  Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley. Employment rate: 92%. Starting Salary: $118,000.Haas School of Business

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