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BEST BUSINESS SCHOOLS

Best Classroom Experience
10 Schools
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New York, NY
Students Say: "Smack dab in the middle of New York City, NYU’s Stern School of Business couldn’t have a better location, location, location. From finance to the arts, “New York delivers every opportunity imaginable,..." More>>
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Stanford, CA
Students Say: "Stanford boasts one of the most sought after business programs in the country for a rea­son: “Alongside Harvard, it is the best business school in the world.” This is an environ­ment in which “you are..." More>>
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Boston, MA
Students Say: "A “tried-and-true General Management focus with no concentrations or majors and no published GPAs,” a “pedagogical approach that relies strongly on the case method,” and most of all “a reputation as t..." More>>
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Berkeley, CA
Students Say: "The Haas School of Business at the University of California—Berkeley is a “top school for academics and recruitment opportunities,” especially “on the West Coast.” Students here note that the MBA prog..." More>>
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New Haven, CT
Students Say: "Yale is one of the world’s most respected universities, so it is no surprise that the “world­renowned” “brand of Yale” is a huge draw for students. The School of Management has Yale’s characteristic “..." More>>
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Hanover, NH
Students Say: "There is no rest for the weary at Tuck, where the “intensive academic core for first-years is accelerated and rigorous.” During the elongated (32-week) school year, students take 18 courses, two of wh..." More>>
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Philadelphia, PA
Students Say: "The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, one of the premier MBA programs in the world, is best known for its “strong finance reputation,” but the curriculum’s “strong emphasis on quantitative ..." More>>
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Durham, NC
Students Say: "Students come to Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business for many reasons. For some, “the opportunity to be associated with one of the premier universities in the world” is an obvious advantage, wh..." More>>
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Atlanta, GA
Students Say: "No doubt Georgia Tech boasts “a great brand name,” but that’s hardly all this school has to offer its MBAs. With a “curriculum designed to integrate management and technolo­gy,” Georgia Tech positions..." More>>
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Amherst, MA
Students Say: "For savvy business students, Isenberg School of Management unites convenience, quali­ty, and cost. Any way you slice it, University of Massachusetts—Amherst is an “excep­tional value,” boasting a low ..." More>>