NEC Members Recognized on Bloomberg’s Top Business Schools Rankings

Several New England Council members were recognized on this year’s Best Business Schools list, released by Bloomberg Business. Most notably is Harvard Business School which jumped seven spots from last year’s ranking to reach the top of the list.

Bloomberg evaluates five specific criteria in ranking the schools: employer survey, alumni survey, student survey, job placement rate, and starting salary. The rankings recognize other New England Council members Massachusetts Institute of Technology (4), Boston University Questrom School of Business (48), Babson College (56), Northeastern University D’Amore-McKim School of Business (61), and Hult International Business School (62). Additionally, Bloomberg reports that 25% of New Business School grads live in the Northeast, more than any other region in the U.S.

After reevaluating the criteria by which the schools were ranked, Bloomberg authors Jonathon Rodkin and Francesca Levy wrote, “With a sharper focus on what people most hope to get after business school, we think we’ve created the most effective ranking yet for helping career-oriented students choose an MBA program.”

The New England Council congratulates these schools on their incredible accomplishments.

For the full list of Best Business Schools 2015, see Bloomberg Business.

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