Help ranking the BSchool


nicemanin
Hi Everyone. I am planning to pursue General MBA and finalised some schools based on my specific requirement. However, I am uncertain to rank these schools based on brand name. can you rank the following Bschools for full time MBA program or have any observations, that which one is best or good. I will apply for five among them for the next intake:

1) Carl. H. Linder college of business - University of Cincinnati
2) Umass Armhest
3) University of Hartford
4) Binghamton University
5) Montclair State University
6) Hagan School of Business - Iona College
7) University of Colarado, colarado Springs
8) University of Baltimore
9) Manderson Graduate School of Business
10) North Caroline State University - Poole College of Management
11) Dupaul University - Kellstaut Graduate School of Management
12) University of Texas- Dallas
13) University of Delaware
14) Imperial college london
15) BYU (Marriott)
16) Warwick
I look forward for your inputs.

Thanks
Hi Everyone. I am planning to pursue General MBA and finalised some schools based on my specific requirement. However, I am uncertain to rank these schools based on brand name. can you rank the following Bschools for full time MBA program or have any observations, that which one is best or good. I will apply for five among them for the next intake:

1) Carl. H. Linder college of business - University of Cincinnati
2) Umass Armhest
3) University of Hartford
4) Binghamton University
5) Montclair State University
6) Hagan School of Business - Iona College
7) University of Colarado, colarado Springs
8) University of Baltimore
9) Manderson Graduate School of Business
10) North Caroline State University - Poole College of Management
11) Dupaul University - Kellstaut Graduate School of Management
12) University of Texas- Dallas
13) University of Delaware
14) Imperial college london
15) BYU (Marriott)
16) Warwick
I look forward for your inputs.

Thanks
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Duncan
Use the smart rank feature at http://business-schools.findthebest.com/ and the FT rankings. What are your career goals, work experience and GMAT score?
Use the smart rank feature at http://business-schools.findthebest.com/ and the FT rankings. What are your career goals, work experience and GMAT score?
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nicemanin
Hey Dunkan, thanks for your reply. I have gone through with ranking hype as I had the ranking books from US news, prinston etc. However I must say that one should not rely on the ranking of financial times as they can rank HULT on top 60. It may be due to their various parameters. I only want to consider the brand name of the BSchool in that location. Therefore I only need the ranking of the abovementioned bschools for general management programs based on the reputation. Assume the fact that I will get these schools irrespective of my GMAT score n shall not consider any other BSchool
Hey Dunkan, thanks for your reply. I have gone through with ranking hype as I had the ranking books from US news, prinston etc. However I must say that one should not rely on the ranking of financial times as they can rank HULT on top 60. It may be due to their various parameters. I only want to consider the brand name of the BSchool in that location. Therefore I only need the ranking of the abovementioned bschools for general management programs based on the reputation. Assume the fact that I will get these schools irrespective of my GMAT score n shall not consider any other BSchool
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nicemanin
I intend to do work in consulting and have 7 years work experience in Legal, Compliance, Management, Real Estate in USA, UK & China. I will not pursue MBA in Top 30 MBA programs except which I have mentioned above. You may rank all as per your convenience.
I intend to do work in consulting and have 7 years work experience in Legal, Compliance, Management, Real Estate in USA, UK & China. I will not pursue MBA in Top 30 MBA programs except which I have mentioned above. You may rank all as per your convenience.
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Duncan
I suggest you use the Smart Rank from Find the Best, which I linked to above.
I suggest you use the Smart Rank from Find the Best, which I linked to above.
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ezra
If I were you, I would try to nail down a clear career goal for what you want to do after you graduate. This is a really broad range of schools, which provide a varying degree of career outcomes. For instance, if you were interested in pursuing a career in real estate, I might recommend the University of Cincinnati; for a general management goal, maybe Iona, etc.
If I were you, I would try to nail down a clear career goal for what you want to do after you graduate. This is a really broad range of schools, which provide a varying degree of career outcomes. For instance, if you were interested in pursuing a career in real estate, I might recommend the University of Cincinnati; for a general management goal, maybe Iona, etc.
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