Harvard and Stanford tie for top US Business School (Again)

The US News and World Report has updated its rankings of best US business schools for 2013.

The list shows very little movement from last year. Harvard and Stanford again tie for the top spot, and are followed by Wharton, MIT Sloan, and Kellogg. Chicago Booth dropped from its number two ranking last year to land at spot number six. The rest of the top 10 includes Berkeley Haas, Columbia, Dartmouth Tuck, and NYU Stern.

Some big movers this year include Florida Warrington, which jumped from spot 44 last year to spot 36, and Utah Eccles, which jumped 23 spots to place 61. Tulane Freeman, which earlier this year admitted that it had been misreporting GMAT scores for the past five years, dropped 24 places to land at position 67. 

For the complete list, please see the full coverage at US News.

You can also read more about what these lists mean by reading our recent article about MBA rankings, or seeing our MBA rankings page.

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