Started By Meenakshi, 3 years, 7 months ago
The appetite for rankings of the world’s top business schools remains undiminished, with BusinessWeek, the latest to produce its biennial MBA ranking last month amidst a wealth of data on salaries, selectivity and student satisfaction.
Critics of the MBA rankings, and there are many of them, point out that they typically only measure what is easy to count — things like post-MBA salaries, GMAT scores and the percentage of international students and faculty. The over-reliance on self-reported data is also called into question, and the absence of any meaningful indicators for teaching quality, personal development, or the impact of the alumni network
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