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Top 25 MBA Programs
2014 has been the most volatile year for Business Schools and Full-time MBA Ranking. US News gave #1 rank to Harvard, Stanford, and Wharton; Financial Times ranked Harvard in the top position, The Economist rewarded Chicago Booth, and Businessweek interestingly chose Duke Fuqua School of Business.


To make it easier for you to analyze top MBA programs, we have created an aggregate ranking list for top MBA programs (With Total Cost, Salary & Debt Data)

Top MBA Destinations
MBA Aspirants cite salary increase and opportunity for Job Growth as the two major reasons for pursuing an MBA program.  Read the second part of the Series - Top MBA Destinations.

Top MBA Destinations
MBA Destinations are driven by factors like Economy, Post-MBA Opportunities (Salary Increase and Opportunities for Career Switching) and long-term brand value of the Business School. We analyze the top four MBA destinations in the world. These rankings are based on two factors: Economic growth rate over the past one-year and the average salary among the top Business Schools in the country.

Find out the top MBA Destinations


Best MBA Job Markets
Post MBA Destination is an important criterion for many MBA Applicants, especially for applicants from emerging markets who look at Europe and US as potential job markets after MBA. We have shortlisted 14 MBA Destinations based on the number of Business Schools and mid to senior level Management positions available in these countries

To help MBA Aspirants pick the best MBA destination, we have created the Top 10 MBA Job Markets based on cost of living and purchasing power. Find out!

Top MBA Destinations by Economy
For 2nd tier schools, most of the post-MBA job opportunities are available locally. So understanding how top MBA destinations have fared over the past 5 years will help you choose a school based on the resilience and growth opportunity of the economy. Here are the shocking Results!


MBA ROI using Net Present ValueMBA Aspirants should calculate the return on investment before choosing one program over the other. We advise against shortlisting schools purely based on ROI but when it comes to choosing your dream school and when you are stuck with two equally good schools , a term commonly used by Finance professionals comes into consideration – Net Present Value. Explanation with Detailed Examples on Calculating ROI based on Net Present Value.