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Top Ranked MBA Colleges

Top ranked MBA colleges. Getting an MBA from one of these 11 leading business schools could really benefit your bank account post graduation.When it comes to the best business schools in the country, its good to see the Ivy League Schools are still on top of the table for earning power. Apart from the number one position which beat Harvard. The results will surprise you!

Top placing 11 business schools (source: Forbes)

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11. Yale University
5-year MBA gain: $61,000
Pre-MBA salary: $67,000
2014 salary: $188,000

Not only do you get a beautiful campus at Yale but you will also get paid a lot of money post MBA.

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10. Cornell University
5-year MBA gain: $63,500
Pre-MBA salary: $63,000
2014 salary: $150,000

9. MIT
5-year MBA gain: $63,800
Pre-MBA salary: $77,000
2014 salary: $200,000

8. UC Berkley
5-year MBA gain: $64,200
Pre-MBA salary: $72,000
2014 salary: $180,000

7. University of Pennsylvania
5-year MBA gain: $64,900
Pre-MBA salary: $83,000
2014 salary: $207,000

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6. University of Chicago
5-year MBA gain: $65,000
Pre-MBA salary: $75,000
2014 salary: $200,000

5. Dartmouth University
5-year MBA gain: $68,400
Pre-MBA salary: $78,000
2014 salary: $190,000

Dartmouth College: Ivy League

4. Columbia University
5-year MBA gain: $71,100
Pre-MBA salary: $77,000
2014 salary: $208,000

3. Northwestern University
5-year MBA gain: $72,700
Pre-MBA salary: $72,000
2014 salary: $188,000

 

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Study at Harvard the “heart” of Boston.

2. Harvard University
5-year MBA gain: $83,500
Pre-MBA salary: $85,000
2014 salary: $239,000

Stanford Campus

1. Stanford University
5-year MBA gain: $89,100
Pre-MBA salary (class of 2010): $86,000
2014 salary (class of 2010): $255,000

The winner is Stanford University with stacks of cash being earned post mba.

Ivy League Alumni

Suggested further reading: Ivy League Campus Rankings

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Source: Forbes

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GMAT Guide

A fast guide to the GMAT test!

The GMAT test is used by the leading graduate business schools to test your skills for admissions into post-graduate business programmes. Getting a high GMAT score could help you place in a top business school. The GMAT is very important to students who after having completed their undergraduate degree want to continue on to do an MBA (Master of Business Administration).

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Home of the Harvard MBA

The GMAT tests students across a range of different skill levels including : math, verbal, reasoning, writing assessment.  Because the GMAT is an important part of the admissions process for applicants it is important to study for the GMAT test before you complete it, there are various online GMAT prep courses you can take in preparation for the GMAT. A high GMAT score will not guarantee admissions success at top colleges, but it is definitely a core requirement leading colleges will judge your application by. A low GMAT score could mean your admissions application will be rejected.