For an idea of MBA Rankings 2011, Business Week has reported on the top full time MBA programs. They are:
- University of Chicago (Booth) http://www.ChicagoBooth.edu/fulltime
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.
- Harvard University http://www.hbs.edu/mba
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.
- University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) http://www.wharton.upenn.edu/mba/admissions/index.cfm
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.
- Northwestern University (Kellogg) http://www.kellogg.northwestern.edu/
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.
- Stanford University http://gsb.stanford.edu
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.
- Duke University (Fuqua) http://www.fuqua.duke.edu/programs/duke_mba/daytime
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.
- University of Michigan (Ross) http://www.bus.umich.edu
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.
- University of California-Berkeley (Haas) http://mba.haas.berkeley.edu/
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.
- Columbia University http://www.gsb.columbia.edu/mba
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.
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan) http://mitsloan.mit.edu
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.
- University of Virginia (Darden) http://www.darden.virginia.edu/web/Home/
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.
- Southern Methodist University (Cox) http://www.coxmba.com
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.
- Cornell University (Johnson) www.johnson.cornell.edu
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.
- Dartmouth College (Tuck) http://www.tuck.dartmouth.edu
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.
- Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper) http://www.tepper.cmu.edu
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.