More than a million people have applied to the top 10 business schools in the U.S. and the United Kingdom.
The rankings are based on academic merit and the quality of the curriculum.
And they’re also based on the data, a common measure of success in attracting and retaining top talent.
Here’s what you need to know about these rankings.
The top 10 schools in America: The University of California-Berkeley, UC-Berrien, Stanford, Duke, Duke-Harmony, Johns Hopkins and University of Southern California.
University of San Diego: 4,948 applicants 2.
University at Buffalo: 4.6 million applicants 3.
University College London: 4 million applicants 4.
University Of Chicago: 3.8 million applicants 5.
University At Buffalo: 3 million applicants 6.
University San Diego – Graduate School of Business: 3,895 applications 7.
University The University Of Sydney: 3 billion applicants 8.
University South Carolina: 3 trillion applicants 9.
University California-San Diego: 3 to 5 million applications 10.
University Loyola Marymount University: 2 to 5.5 million applications Source: U.K. Business Schools Rankings 2018 (The Washington Post) More than 1 million people applied to each of the top 50 schools in U. S. and U. K. The University at Berkeley, the University of Texas at Austin, the U of California at Berkeley and University at San Diego are among the top 20.
Other top programs include: The Johns Hopkins University-Nashville, The University At Albany, The Pennsylvania State University, The California Institute of Technology, The Massachusetts Institute of Tech and University Of Pittsburgh.
There are other great business schools, too.
There’s The Ohio State University in Columbus, The Georgia Institute Of Technology in Athens, The Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, The Johns Columbia University in New York, the Boston College in Massachusetts and the University Of California-Davis in San Francisco.
Some of the best schools for business are small.
Here are some of the schools in your city that are ranked best by Forbes.
1) University of Chicago: 5.3 million applications 2) University at Oxford: 5 million applicants 2) The University College of Oxford: 4 to 5m applications 3) The Pennsylvania Institute Of Tech: 3 or 4 million applications 4) University College, London: 3m applications 5) University At San Diego-Mondays School of Engineering: 2 million applications 6) The New York University: 1 million applications 7) Duke University-Berkely: 1.5m applications 8) University Of Bristol-Brighton: 1m applications 9) University in Chicago: 1million applications 10) University San Francisco-Davis: 1 to 2 million applicants