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July 13, 2021

Harvard Tops FORTUNE's 2021 Best MBA Programs Ranking


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NEW YORK, July 13, 2021 — Today, FORTUNE Education published its first-ever Best MBA Programs ranking, with Harvard University taking top honors, followed by Stanford University and The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. The Howard University School of Business (No. 30) was named the nation’s most underrated full-time MBA program by FORTUNE’s editors.

FORTUNE produced a ranking that gets back to the core of why professionals decide to pursue MBAs: To position their careers better and significantly improve lifetime earnings. The payoff of an MBA continues to increase, and FORTUNE’s research finds an extraordinary rise in starting salaries for MBAs.

FORTUNE Education Editorial Director Lance Lambert says, “Employers still want MBA grads, and they’re willing to pony up for them. But not all programs are equal. That’s why in this fast-changing digital world, FORTUNE set out to find the top business schools. We looked for programs that not only see their graduates head into good jobs right out of the gate but also have a track record of placing alumni into the highest echelons of Corporate America.”

FORTUNE invited around 100 traditional full-time MBA programs to participate in the 2021 ranking. In all, 69 programs completed the questionnaire. That information, along with data collected from companies and executives, was used as the core of the ranking. A FORTUNE 1000 Score, based on the number of alumni C-Level employees at FORTUNE 1000 companies, accounts for 10% of each school’s score. Based on alumni starting salary and placement rates, an Outcomes Score accounts for 65%. Finally, based on Ipsos survey results of business professionals’ opinions of the schools, a Brand Score accounts for 25%.

• FORTUNE’s Top 10 MBA Programs of 2021

• Complete Ranking

  1. Harvard University - Boston, MA
  2. Stanford University - Stanford, CA
  3. University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) - Philadelphia, PA
  4. University of Chicago (Booth) - Chicago, IL
  5. Northwestern University (Kellogg) - Evanston, IL
  6. Columbia University - New York, NY
  7. New York University (Stern) - New York, NY
  8. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan) - Cambridge, MA
  9. Yale University - New Haven, CT
  10. Dartmouth College (Tuck) - Hanover, NH
  11. Duke University (Fuqua) - Durham, NC
  12. Cornell University (Johnson) - Ithaca, NY
  13. University of California-Berkeley (Haas) - Berkeley, CA
  14. University of Virginia (Darden) - Charlottesville, VA
  15. Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper) - Pittsburgh, PA
  16. University of Texas-Austin (McCombs) - Austin, TX
  17. University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (Kenan-Flagler) - Chapel Hill, NC
  18. University of Washington (Foster) - Seattle, WA
  19. Georgetown University (McDonough) - Washington, DC
  20. Vanderbilt University (Owen) - Nashville, TN
  21. Indiana University (Kelley) - Bloomington, IN
  22. Rice University (Jones) - Houston, TX
  23. University of Minnesota-Twin Cities (Carlson) - Minneapolis, MN
  24. Georgia Institute of Technology (Scheller) - Atlanta, GA
  25. Texas A&M University-College Station (Mays) - College Station, TX
  26. University of Maryland-College Park (Smith) - College Park, MD
  27. University of California-Davis - Davis, CA
  28. University of Notre Dame (Mendoza) - Notre Dame, IN
  29. University of Florida (Warrington) - Gainesville, FL
  30. Howard University - Washington, DC
  31. Michigan State University (Broad) - East Lansing, MI
  32. University of Georgia (Terry) - Athens, GA
  33. Brigham Young University (Marriott) - Provo, UT
  34. Boston University (Questrom) - Boston, MA
  35. Southern Methodist University (Cox) - Dallas, TX
  36. University of Texas-Dallas - Richardson, TX
  37. Rutgers University-Newark and New Brunswick - Newark, NJ
  38. Fordham University (Gabelli) - New York, NY
  39. University of Pittsburgh (Katz) - Pittsburgh, PA
  40. George Washington University - Washington, DC
  41. University of Tennessee-Knoxville (Haslam) - Knoxville, TN
  42. Texas Christian University (Neeley) - Fort Worth, TX
  43. University of California-Irvine (Merage) - Irvine, CA
  44. Purdue University-West Lafayette (Krannert) - West Lafayette, IN
  45. Babson College (Olin) - Babson Park, MA
  46. University of Massachusetts-Amherst (Isenberg) - Amherst, MA
  47. William & Mary - Williamsburg, VA
  48. Pepperdine University (Graziadio) - Malibu, CA
  49. University of Denver (Daniels) - Denver, CO
  50. University of San Diego - San Diego, CA
  51. University of Arizona (Eller) - Tucson, AZ
  52. West Texas A&M University - Canyon, TX
  53. University of Houston (Bauer) - Houston, TX
  54. American University (Kogod) - Washington, DC
  55. University of Oklahoma (Price) - Norman, OK
  56. Tulane University (Freeman) - New Orleans, LA
  57. Clarkson University (Reh) - Potsdam, NY
  58. University of Alabama (Manderson) - Tuscaloosa, AL
  59. University of Oregon (Lundquist) - Eugene, OR
  60. Auburn University (Harbert) - Auburn, AL
  61. University of Cincinnati (Lindner) - Cincinnati, OH
  62. Hofstra University (Zarb) - Hempstead, NY
  63. Texas Tech University (Rawls) - Lubbock, TX
  64. Louisiana Tech University - Ruston, LA
  65. Syracuse University (Whitman) - Syracuse, NY
  66. Appalachian State University (Walker) - Boone, NC
  67. Case Western Reserve University (Weatherhead) - Cleveland, OH
  68. Morgan State University (Graves) - Baltimore, MD
  69. Lindenwood University - Saint Charles, MO

Curated by a team of expert journalists, FORTUNE Education is a destination for articles, insights, and ongoing reporting about what prospective students should know to make the best, most impactful decisions for their careers. FORTUNE Education also produces rankings and ratings of graduate, post-graduate, executive education, and personal and professional improvement programs, informed by FORTUNE’s unique understanding of which skills matter to businesses today.

FORTUNE says it drives the conversation about business — “With a global perspective, the guiding wisdom of history, and an unflinching eye to the future, we report and reveal the stories that matter today-and that will matter even more tomorrow.” It adds, “With the trusted power to convene and challenge those who are shaping the industry, commerce, and society around the world, FORTUNE lights the path for global leaders and gives them the tools to make business better.”

Source: FORTUNE Media

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