Which is the best college for MBA?

Asked by Alsab about 2 years ago

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Muthanna Qudimat

Muthanna Qudimat

Microsoft Student Ambassador | A BCA Undergrad Student

The obvious answers can be like the best ones you see in rankings. But I believe for that too you need to know the college first. If I had to choose between top business schools in the world, I would go for efficiency. The biggest impact an MBA makes for you in your career is much better than just a big name on a degree.

Some names that come to mind are; Stanford, Harvard, HEC, INSEAD, LBS etc. But to choose the best college for MBA I would go with Whatton (Penn). Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania is probably the best MBA college in the world. Given all factors and records, I would choose Wharton because it has made the deepest impact in the business and economic world.

The schools had already given enough records to justify this decision. But the reason why I prefer Wharton over any is consistency. The graduation rate, employability, network, international careers all are most consistent with a Wharton MBA.

(Did you know; In 2020, 93.5 per cent of Wharton MBA graduates received job offers with a starting salary between $130,000 and $165,000)?

If you like to know about the MBA at Wharton, it is like providing academics with a global business degree. What I mean is that Wharton MBA is the best analytical business degree. Even the basic skill sets like decision making and critical thinking are more of a technical process for Wharton MBA. Basically, you are educating yourself more during an MBA course.

I’m not saying that top b schools lack in any manner, but on a consistent basis, a Wharton MBA is best. Based on different things the answer can differ. For example, in terms of the best network, Stanford definitely grabs the #1 spot.


Also, the best college is subjected to your profile. What I mean is there can be a college that is very renowned but does not suit your profile. Wouldn't it be a total waste for you to even consider that college in the first place?

Thus, you should first look into your profile and then narrow down the best suitable options.

How about you share your profile details? Maybe then I can suggest some of the most suitable colleges for your MBA. 


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