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While there are various rankings available on the web, we recommend the two most respected ones, below. Further, we are candid below in suggesting where we think the rankings are skewed…

US News Rankings (For US MBA Programs)

Is largely apt in every sense; the only grey element in this ranking is the vapid attitude towards quite a few state funded business schools. Such schools, often conservative in their marketing efforts, are often ranked below their potential ranking by the US News Rankings.

US News MBA Rankings

Financial Times Rankings (For Worldwide MBA Programs)

While it gives a broad idea of schools worldwide, it largely favors the European and Asian schools- to an extent that the ranking tends to seem unreliable. In FT 2011 rankings, one found the Indian School of Business ranked 13 while Kellogg, a school ISB boasts of having a tie-up with, is ranked 22nd. Hult Business School, an entity few in Boston have even heard of, is ranked at 62, head and shoulder above Babson, a prominent school in the historical city and, arguably, the world’s best MBA for entrepreneurship, ranked 100. This ranking is recommended for non-US, mainly European MBA Programs.

Financial Times Global Rankings

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