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Top US B-Schools For Female Students To Pursue MBA, 2019

MIT Sloan School of Management

Initially, management degrees were ruled by the male population because of the dynamism required. However, with changing times and gender equality, lot of women students are aspiring to become management leaders. They are also leading business companies with a positive attitude and a proactive nature.

Lot of international female students choose the USA as the ideal destination to pursue an MBA because of interesting career prospects, great infrastructure and better lifestyle options. We bring the list of top universities for female students to pursue an MBA in the USA:

  1. MIT Sloan School of Management: MIT’s Sloan School of Management is undoubtedly the best for management students for women students. The 24-month program has a tuition fee of $148,000 with 42% female students occupancy. Their Sloan Innovation Period MIT Lab is a unique seminar which allows MBA students to rotate through different MIT laboratories to understand about innovation and technology. In the CEOWORLD magazine’s best business schools in the world rankings 2019, MIT Sloan School of Management MBA program has a global ranking of 2 (out of 107) institutions.MIT Sloan School of Management
  2. Columbia Business School: Out of 753 MBA students in the university, 41% are female. The salary hike after pursuing the course here is approximately 65%. The real attraction of this MBA program is its location. It is the only school out of the top ten which is located in the financial capital of USA. Their 144 full-time and over 160 adjunct faculties from a huge range of industries which are just a subway ride away from this campus. Columbia Business School is ranked 6th in the world in the 2019 CEOWORLD magazine’s best business schools in the world ranking.
  3. Yale School of Management: Located in New Haven, Connecticut, the 24 month program has a tuition fee of US $139,000 and achieved high scores in employability and return of investment. After the program, the students can expect a significant salary uplift with an average increase of 92%. Program: Full time MBA, a two-year program, featuring a distinctive integrated curriculum, Yale-authored “raw” cases, and international study, as well as close engagement in the intellectual life of Yale University. MBA for Executives, while you continue to advance your career, earn a full MBA degree, with a focus on an area at the nexus of business and society—asset management, healthcare, or sustainability. In the CEOWORLD magazine “Best Business Schools” rankings of the world’s leading MBA programs, Yale School of Management is ranked 19th globally and 10th in the US.
  4. Kellogg School of Management of Northwestern University: The 24 month program has a tuition fee of Us $137,910. The students here enjoy a brilliant salary boost after the course with an average 84% increase. In the CEOWORLD magazine “Best Business Schools” rankings of the world’s leading MBA programs, Kellogg School of Management is ranked 17th globally.

    Kellogg School of Management

  5. University of Chicago Booth School of Business: Booth School of Business is high on employability and thought leadership. Their flexible curriculum with a compulsory course in Leadership Effectiveness and Development (LEAD) and the students are allowed to design their program to suit their career goals. The b-school has 42% female student occupancy. The salary uplift after the course is nearly 72% after their MBA studies. In the CEOWORLD magazine rankings of the world’s leading MBA programs, University of Chicago Booth School of Business is ranked 18th in the “Best Business Schools” league table.

    University of Chicago Booth School of Business

  6. UCLA Anderson School of Management at the University of California, Los Angeles: Anderson School of Management affiliated to UCLA occupies seventh place in US rankings. The b-school has achieved high scores in employability and thought leadership. Nearly 37% of students in the b-school are female and it also has a great alumni network with nearly 89,000 people meeting at regular intervals. Interesting talks by former alumni CEOs such as BlackRock CEO Larry Fink and CEO of YouTube Susan Wojcicki. UCLA Anderson School of Management is ranked 25th in the world in the 2019 CEOWORLD magazine’s best business schools in the world ranking.

    UCLA Anderson School of Management

  7. Stephen M. Ross School of Business of the University of Michigan: Their Ross School of Business ranks ninth in the US table and scored highly in return of investment. The program is of 20 months duration and has a tuition fee of US $125,000. The school has an impressive female intake with 43% occupancy of each MBA class are women. Their Multidisciplinary Actions Project (MAP) the course allows the students to spend seven weeks on a full-time international project to solve a company’s problem. In the CEOWORLD magazine “Best Business Schools” rankings of the world’s leading MBA programs, Stephen M. Ross School of Business is ranked 26th globally.

    Ross School of Business


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Emma London

Emma London

Associate Editor
Emma London is the Associate Editor at CEOWORLD magazine. She covers lists, rankings, economy, geopolitics, global banking, fintech, digitization of money, and the future of finance for CEOWORLD magazine. She’s also a member of the Board of Directors at the Global Business Policy Institute. Prior to that, Emma was the ultra-high net worth (UHNW) valuations subject matter expert at CEOWORLD magazine, mentoring research teams in valuations’ techniques, and was involved in product development for ultra high net worth (UHNW) and high net worth (HNW) dossier creation, currently heading research operations at the Global Business Policy Institute. She can be reached on email emma-london@ceoworld.biz. You can follow her on Twitter at @ceoworld.