Going to London Business School or Oxford University’s Said pays. But it doesn’t pay as much as the Wharton or MIT Sloan. But it pays a lot more than going to University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management.
Salary benchmarking site Emolument.com has compiled a ranking of 20 business schools by analyzing pay data from 10,900 graduates holding an MBA degree to find out which business schools alumni receive the highest pay.
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MIT Sloan School of Management NBA grads can expect to earn an average of $286,000, slightly above $255,000 at Harvard Business School (HBS). The University of Chicago Booth School of Business ($250,000) pips the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania to third place ($248,000).
Columbia Business School, New York University – Stern, and Northwestern University – Kellogg, with $239,000, $213,000, and $209,000, come next in the ranking.
Top 20 business schools that produce the highest paid MBA graduates
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