Pick the best university in term of employment rate


Jay567
These are the universities short listed by me for MASTER IN management program. A bit confused which will yield better job


Short listed universities
1. Zicklin school of business
2. Graziadio school of business & management
3. Georgia state university
4. University of Texas at Dallas
5. Hugh grad. School of business
6. University of Dallas
7. Emory university
8. DePaul university
9. Poole college of management
10.Florida state university
11. ASU
12. University of Colorado Denver business
13. Hult
14. Walden
15. Hodges university
These are the universities short listed by me for MASTER IN management program. A bit confused which will yield better job


Short listed universities
1. Zicklin school of business
2. Graziadio school of business & management
3. Georgia state university
4. University of Texas at Dallas
5. Hugh grad. School of business
6. University of Dallas
7. Emory university
8. DePaul university
9. Poole college of management
10.Florida state university
11. ASU
12. University of Colorado Denver business
13. Hult
14. Walden
15. Hodges university
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Duncan
Focus on the high-quality ones, with AACSB accreditation. Then try this approach: How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571

Obviously some of these are highly ranked schools, and their success in placing MBA students is perhaps the best indicator of how well they place MiM students.
Focus on the high-quality ones, with AACSB accreditation. Then try this approach: How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571

Obviously some of these are highly ranked schools, and their success in placing MBA students is perhaps the best indicator of how well they place MiM students.
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Duncan
PS I guess you mean Hough Graduate School.
PS I guess you mean Hough Graduate School.
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maury
The only US business schools that publish placement stats for their master in management programs are MIT - Sloan and Northwestern - Kellogg.

For these, you'll probably have to ask the schools directly for placement statistics, or do your own research (Linkedin, asking graduates, etc.)

FYI I wouldn't even consider Walden or Hodges because neither of these schools have international accreditation.
The only US business schools that publish placement stats for their master in management programs are MIT - Sloan and Northwestern - Kellogg.

For these, you'll probably have to ask the schools directly for placement statistics, or do your own research (Linkedin, asking graduates, etc.)

FYI I wouldn't even consider Walden or Hodges because neither of these schools have international accreditation.
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