It is very hard to give an objective ranking to any college, least of all to business schools from all over the world. Even though it is far from an exact science, many publications do this annually for their readers and subscribers. We show the top ten business colleges in the world going over not just the rankings of these colleges, but also by going over their popular reputation.

    1. Harvard Business School Widely known as the most influential business school in the world, Harvard is the byword for the top business school in the world. With an average salary of about USD $170,000 for its alumni, it is no wonder that Harvard has the reputation that it has.
    1. University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) Every faculty member in Wharton has a PhD, which just goes on to hint at the stellar quality of education imparted there.
    1. London Business School With a faculty to student ratio of just 1:5, you can be sure that you will not be starved of expert attention while there.
    1. Stanford University Graduate School of Business Ranked 4th by FT, and 5th by Business Week, Stanford GSB has a well-deserved reputation of being one of the worlds best lbs.
    1. University of Chicago, Booth School of Business With 177 professors that include Nobel laureates, presidential appointees and other academically accomplished economists, Booth has one one of the best MBA programs in the world.
    1. Columbia Business School This business school is one of the few schools that have been ranked among the top ten colleges in the popular rankings. With a student to faculty ratio of 3:1, it is not hard to imagine why.
    1. International Institute of Management Development (IMD), Switzerland Ranked 14th by the FT, it is ranked third best by the economist. Needless to say that it is one of the top European schools of business.
    1. MIT Sloan School of Management Named after Alfred P. Sloan, chairman of General Motors, who helped fund the college, this school is consistently ranked among the top 10 MBA colleges by most rankings..
    1. University of California at Berkeley, Haas School of Business One of the best MBA schools in the west coast, Haas is the byword for business in the region. Scott Adams of the Dilbert fame is an alumni of this college.
  1. York University – Schulich School of Business, Canada This school has reserved 60% of its intake for international student, so if you desire a truly international business experience in your MBA degree, this is the college you should look into.

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