MBA Rankings 2011

For an idea of MBA Rankings 2011, Business Week has reported on the top full time MBA programs. They are:

Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago
  1. University of Chicago (Booth)
    With an enrollment of 1,177 in its full-time MBA program, Booth costs $99,953.00 for its 21 month program. Booth is known for its rigorous training and its entrepreneurship program.
  2. Harvard University
    Harvard costs $112,400 over the course of the 18 months it takes to graduate, but its unique program is well known for creating CEOs.
  3. University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)
    Wharton’s program lasts 21 months and costs $110,361.00. It has an enrollment of 2,284. According to graduates, it offers a well-rounded MBA experience with plenty of fun in the process.
  4. Northwestern University (Kellogg)
    Tuition costs for the entire MBA program are $102,990.00, covering 22 months. Total enrollment is 2,673. Kellogg is acknowledged both for its great curriculum and outstanding professors.
  5. Stanford University
    Stanford offers a flexible MBA program that can be tailored to your own specific needs. It lasts 21 months with a fee of $106,236.00 for both residents and non-residents.
  6. Duke University (Fuqua)
    Accredited by the AACSB, the program costs $99,492.00 with the program lasting 22 months. The combination of strong entrepreneurship and healthcare programs makes Duke an exceptional place to learn about business.
  7. University of Michigan (Ross)
    Ross has a total enrollment of 1,901. The program costs $90,378.00 and lasts 20 months. It is accredited by the AACSB. Ross provides the ultimate mix of academics and social and networking opportunities. 
  8. University of California-Berkeley (Haas)
    Haas offers much lower tuition costs than its competitors ($83,360.00) for 21 months. The school is very supportive and student-led. This school is considered by many to be the “coolest” in the MBA Rankings 2011 list.
  9. Columbia University
    21-month lasting program which costs $107,824.00. Columbia has an enrollment of 2,201. If your aim is to learn and perfect the art of investing and investment business, then Columbia is the perfect choice for you.
  10. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan)
    Tuition cost: $101,250.00, program length: 24 months. Sloan is famous for its problem-oriented teaching, therefore offering plenty of practical knowledge for MBA students.
  11. University of Virginia (Darden)
    Accredited by AACSB, the program costs $90,000.00 and lasts 22 months. The school does an excellent job of connecting students with key alumni.
  12. Southern Methodist University (Cox)
    The program lasts 21 months with the total cost of $87,980.00. It is well-known for the quality of the professors, the caliber of the students and the outside opportunities provided by the university.
  13. Cornell University (Johnson)
    The total fee of Johnson’s MBA program amounts to $49,272.00 and covers 21 months. The school pays a great amount of attention to its students and provides top education along with loyal alumni. Many consider Johnson to be the best bargain in the MBA Rankings 2011 list.
  14. Dartmouth College (Tuck)
    Tuck has an enrollment of 537, lasts 21 months and has a tuition fee of $104,700.00. Tuck is known for its holistic approach to education and amazing opportunities to build your career.
  15. Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper)
    MBA program is accredited by the AACSB, lasts 22 months and costs $105,000.00. Tepper combines a strong mathematical presence with practical industry theory and concepts.

There are many great schools on the MBA Rankings 2011 list. For more information see BusinessWeek’s Business School Rankings.