The publication ranked Weatherhead 53rd on its list of
“Best Business Schools” in the country.
The Weatherhead School of Management was ranked 53rd in the latest rankings of “Best Business Schools” by Forbes magazine, climbing 11 positions since it was last ranked by the magazine in 2013. This report comes on the heels of the U.S. News & World Report placing Weatherhead’s undergraduate program at 31st for “Best Colleges” in the country.
Forbes based its rankings on the return on investment of the class of 2012, comparing graduates’ earnings in their first five years out of business school to the money they spent to attend.
At Weatherhead, 2016 MBA graduates earned a mean base salary of $82,290 with mean signing bonuses of $16,429 and other compensation of $10,117. Additionally, nearly 90% of Weatherhead 2017 MBA graduates seeking employment were placed in jobs within three months of graduation.
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