STUDENT LIFE / APR. 11, 2015
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Best Business Schools 2016 Forecast

A new infographic by U.S. News attempts to predict which business schools will be in highest demand next year for prospective MBA students.

According to research pulled from the 2014-2015 school year, 126 schools were evaluated based on financial aid availability, tuition costs, employment rates after graduation, and salaries.

The top three ranking schools included in the analysis were the University of Pennsylvania, Harvard University, and Stanford University. The starting salary rates for most business professionals graduating from these particular institutions ranged from $142,489 to $144,750.

Harvard University may be your best pick if you’re thinking about pursuing a degree in business. The private college is the second highest-ranked MBA program in the nation. Harvard also has the highest post-graduate salary of $144,750. The only downside is that it’s a bit on the pricey side compared to its rivals. Tuition and fees were nearly $70,000 a year for full-time students.

However, if you’re looking for a promising career after graduation then you may one to go with the University of Tulsa. It had the highest percentage (100 percent) of graduates who found work only three months after finishing their business program.

See Also: Why You Should Take the GMAT

There are several other factors to reflect on when it comes to choosing the best program. Make sure to review the infographic as it provides a simple rundown of what universities to consider first before making any decisions.

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