Investing.com – If you’re looking for the most bang for your buck in obtaining an MBA, check out this list.
Emolument.com, a crowdsourced salary comparison website, has ranked the top 20 business schools based on the earnings power of their graduates.
All of the top ten are based in the U.S. The highest-ranked school outside of the U.S. was France’s INSEAD, which placed 12th.
Here are the top 10 based on median salary and bonus.
No.1 is MIT’s Sloan School of Management at $286,000.
Rounding out the top five are the MBA graduate programs at Harvard University, the University of Chicago, the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University.
New York University ranks sixth at $213,000, followed by Northwestern University. Cornell University and Duke University are tied for eighth. The University of Michigan ranks ninth.
In case you are wondering, both and Cambridge University in the U.K. made the top 20.
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