The top business schools in the US offer MBA programs, and Stanford is among them. Its full-time MBA program emphasizes leadership, real-world problem-solving, and international exposure. The school also has a highly active career center. Its students can specialize in one of three Career Academies, or choose to take classes remotely. Students have the option to study abroad for 10 days. For example, they might take a trip to Greece or South Korea.
University of California, Berkeley: The Haas School of Business is a 21-month MBA program. Students will complete 12 core courses and choose electives from seven areas. The program is ranked highly for thought leadership, employability, and return on investment. Students will also have the opportunity to choose from among 18 majors, including accounting, finance, marketing, and international business. Students can also take summer internships to gain real-world experience.
Michigan: Michigan’s Ross School of Business, which ranked high in all 13 specialization categories last year, is back at the top. This year, Wharton holds its No. 1 spot in Finance, while Harvard Business School is top-ranked in general management. Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management is the reigning monarch of marketing. Among other schools, Wharton and Harvard are the best in the U.S.
MIT: The MIT Sloan School of Management holds third place in the US ranking and is widely recognized for its faculty research. It also received a near-perfect score for thought leadership. The MIT Sloan School of Management is also notable for its ‘Action Learning’ approach, which allows students to apply their learning in real-world business situations. Whether you choose to pursue an MBA or not, the best thing to do is apply for an admission.