The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania has topped the Business Insider’s MBA ranking of the top 50 best business schools across the globe. Wharton stood first in the business website’s list for the first time in its six year history. Wharton leads a bunch of schools in US which have said to dominated the list of best business schools ranking. Out of 50 schools, 10 are European and three are Asian. Here are the business schools that made it to top ten on Business Insider’s MBA ranking of the top 50 best business schools:

  1. University of Pennsylvania — The Wharton School; average GMAT score accepted: 732
  2. University of Chicago — Booth School of Business; average GMAT score accepted: 726
  3. Harvard University — Harvard Business School; average GMAT score accepted: 725
  4. Stanford University — Graduate School of Business; average GMAT score accepted: 729
  5. Massachusetts Institute of Technology — Sloan School of Management; average GMAT score accepted: 716
  6. Northwestern University — Kellogg School of Management; average GMAT score accepted: 724
  7. Columbia University — Columbia Business School; average GMAT score accepted: 715
  8. Dartmouth College — Tuck School of Business; average GMAT score accepted: 716
  9. Yale University — Yale School of Management; average GMAT score accepted: 713
  10. University of California at Berkeley — Haas School of Business; average GMAT score accepted: 715

Business Insider generated the ranking on parameters of reputation (determined through an annual reader survey); average starting salary package after graduation; job placement rate three months after the student has graduated; average GMAT score; tuition and fees. Wharton has made its mark in all the above mentioned parameters. Its is known to have strong reputation, handsome graduation salary packages and 95% MBA employment rate ensured its success. Wharton pass-out earn on average $127,300.

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