Dartmouth (Tuck) and ESADE top the annual list of recruiter favorites

The Wall Street Journal has published its annual ranking of MBA programs in the United States and worldwide. The rankings are based on an annual survey of corporate recruiters.

Atop the U.S. national ranking of business schools is Dartmouth College (Tuck), UC Berkeley (Haas), Columbia Business School, MIT (Sloan), and Carnegie Mellon (Tepper). Meanwhile ESADE, IMD, London Business School, IPADE ranked at the top of the WSJ international ranking.

According to this year's rankings, the best "regional" business schools in the United States are Brigham Young University (BYU-Marriott), Wake Forest (Babcock), and The Ohio State University (Fisher).

Please visit the Wall Street Journal rankings for complete coverage.

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