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The Complete 2012 Business Schools Ranking

posted Nov 16, 2012, 3:00 AM by Huang Sylvia   [ updated Nov 16, 2012, 3:04 AM ]

The Complete 2012 Business Schools Ranking



The table below shows how each school fared on each element of 
Bloomberg Businessweek’s ranking methodology: our student surveys, employer surveys, and intellectual capital measure. The 2012 rank is based on the ranking index, which represents the weighted total of all three elements. (Index numbers have been rounded and what appear to be ties are not.) A methodology change this year resulted in some big shifts, including Southern Methodist’s fall from No. 12 to No. 29. For more information, see our methodology and historical ranking.

US Schools: 

2012 Rank2010 RankSchoolStudent Survey RankEmployer Survey RankIntellectual Capital RankRanking IndexCareer ServicesTeaching QualityCritical ThinkingLeadership SkillsCaliber of Classmates
11Chicago (Booth)1115100.0A+A+A+BA
22Harvard123997.5A+A+A+AA
33Pennsylvania (Wharton)162796.5A+BAA+A
45Stanford851195.1ABA+A+A+
54Northwestern (Kellogg)1342493.7ABAAA+
66Duke (Fuqua)227193.0BAAAA
713Cornell (Johnson)212293.0A+A+A+A+A+
87Michigan (Ross)1461292.0AAAA+A
910MIT (Sloan)9101590.2ABABA+
1011Virginia (Darden)593289.4A+A+A+A+A
1115Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)3172387.9A+A+A+A+A+
1214Dartmouth (Tuck)4112087.7A+A+A+A+A+
138UC-Berkeley (Haas)1013387.6ABAAA+
149Columbia2081987.5ABBBA
1519Indiana (Kelley)1204686.6A+A+A+A+A+
1618NYU (Stern)7161685.1A+A+A+A+A+
1716North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler)18142580.1AABA+A
1817UCLA (Anderson)2119678.9A+BAAA
1925Texas-Austin (McCombs)2815478.5ABBAA
2024Notre Dame (Mendoza)17183776.6AAAAB
2121Yale19271774.6AAA+AA+
2222Emory (Goizueta)29232272.9ABAAB
2323Georgia Tech (Scheller)23341872.1A+AABB
2442Maryland (Smith)6441371.3A+A+A+A+A+
2537Vanderbilt (Owen)24313569.7A+A+AA+A
2630Texas A & M (Mays)31244169.4AA+A+AA+
2732Ohio State (Fisher)35222169.2BABAB
2826USC (Marshall)25323669.1BBBBB
2912Southern Methodist (Cox)26363368.8BA+ABB
3033Georgetown (McDonough)27353867.6AAAAA
3140Washington - St. Louis (Olin)1551865.5AA+A+A+A
3227Brigham Young (Marriott)36215065.4BAABA
3328Minnesota (Carlson)42251063.8BCBCA+
3434Wisconsin-Madison32393063.6AABBA
3520Michigan State (Broad)33383963.1BCBAB
3629Rice (Jones)30432763.0BBBBB
3731Washington (Foster)37303462.3BBBBA
3844Pennsylvania State (Smeal)34412959.0AABBB
3938Boston U.41284558.1CBBBB
4046Illinois - Urbana-Champaign46264257.7BABAC
4141Purdue (Krannert)43334357.3BAAAB
4239Babson (Olin)38375556.2CBABB
43NRUC-Irvine (Merage)39501453.2BCBBB
4448Wake Forest44406151.1BABBB
4545Thunderbird50296050.3CBBBC
46NRTexas Christian (Neeley)40474749.6BABAB
4750Boston (Carroll)58422646.0CBCCC
48NRFlorida (Hough)47493145.7BBBBB
4949Arizona State (Carey)45534845.5BBCBB
5043Rochester (Simon)53462844.6CABCC
5156Northeastern (D'Amore-McKim)49485442.1BCCCC
5236Georgia (Terry)54524441.4BCBBB
53NRIowa (Tippie)51544940.2CCCBB
5452George Washington48575239.5BCCBB
55NRSyracuse (Whitman)56595635.3CBCCC
56NRMissouri - Columbia (Trulaske)57585335.3BBCCB
5757SUNY Buffalo62455135.2CCBBC
58NRFordham52625835.0CBBCC
5953Howard59556334.7BCCCC
60NRTennessee-Knoxville55616234.5BCCCB
6155Rutgers - New Brunswick60565733.9CCCCC
62NRSouth Carolina (Moore)61604030.8CBCCC
63NRNorth Carolina State (Jenkins)63635922.5CCCCC

The Student Survey Rank is based on three surveys of MBA grads (2012, 2010, and 2008) with 27,523 total responses that combined contribute 45 percent to the final ranking. The Employer Survey Rank is based on three surveys of MBA recruiters (2012, 2010, and 2008) with 663 total responses that combined contribute an additional 45 percent. The Intellectual Capital Rank is based on a review of faculty research published over a five-year period in 20 top academic journals, and faculty books reviewed in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and Bloomberg Businessweek over the same period. It contributes the final 10 percent. The Ranking Index represents the sum of the Student and Employer surveys and the Intellectual Capital measure, and is the number on which the overall rank is based. Letter grades are based on one or more questions from the 2012 student survey. A+=top 20 percent; A=next 25 percent; B=next 35 percent; C=bottom 20 percent. No D's or F's awarded. Data: Bloomberg Businessweek, Cambria Consulting.



International Schools:

2012 Rank2010 RankSchoolStudent Survey RankEmployer Survey RankIntellectual Capital RankRanking IndexCareer ServicesTeaching QualityCritical ThinkingLeadership SkillsCaliber of Classmates
15London Business School422100.0A+AAAA+
21INSEAD51399.6AAA+AA
33IE Business School1121891.3A+A+A+A+A+
42Queen's351190.3AA+AA+A
516Oxford (Saïd)87681.7BAABA
64ESADE1061678.0ACBAA+
76Western Ontario (Ivey)981477.1A+A+AAB
812IESE611576.1AA+A+A+A
97IMD2141775.6A+AA+A+A+
1011McGill (Desautels)153872.7CBCCB
118Toronto (Rotman)194162.8BBBCC
12NRMannheim Business School12101561.1BBBBB
13NRImperial College London7161360.7AAABA
149York (Schulich)179759.9CCCCC
1514HEC-Paris1313955.2BBBBB
1618SDA Bocconi16151243.6BBCBB
17NRErasmus (Rotterdam)11181042.4BBBBB
18NRHong Kong University of Science & Technology1419433.2BBBAB
1917Manchester Business School18171929.4CCBBC

The Student Survey Rank is based on three surveys of MBA grads (2012, 2010, and 2008) with 27,523 total responses that combined contribute 45 percent to the final ranking. The Employer Survey Rank is based on three surveys of MBA recruiters (2012, 2010, and 2008) with 663 total responses that combined contribute an additional 45 percent. The Intellectual Capital Rank is based on a review of faculty research published over a five-year period in 20 top academic journals, and faculty books reviewed in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and Bloomberg Businessweek over the same period. It contributes the final 10 percent. The Ranking Index represents the sum of the Student and Employer surveys and the Intellectual Capital measure, and is the number on which the overall rank is based. Letter grades are based on one or more questions from the 2012 student survey. A+=top 20 percent; A=next 25 percent; B=next 35 percent; C=bottom 20 percent. No D's or F's awarded. Data: Bloomberg Businessweek, Cambria Consulting

Interactive table by Thomas Meimarides for Bloomberg Businessweek



Source: By  on November 15, 2012

http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2012-11-15/the-complete-2012-business-schools-ranking


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