Planning to apply for Top US Business Schools???

Posted on April 12, 2009. Filed under: F1 Visa, GMAT, Universities | Tags: , , |

It’s a dream for many people to get into one of the schools listed below. Well, if anyone is planning to apply into the top business schools, here is the ranking list which you can go through.

Source: Business Week. 
  1.  University of Chicago (Booth)
  2.  Harvard University
  3.  Northwestern University (Kellogg)
  4.  University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)
  5.  University of Michigan (Ross)
  6.  Stanford University
  7.  Columbia University
  8.  Duke University (Fuqua)
  9.  MIT (Sloan)
  10.  UC Berkeley (Haas)
  11.  Cornell University (Johnson)
  12.  Dartmouth (Tuck)
  13.  NYU (Stern)
  14.  UCLA (Anderson)
  15.  Indiana University (Kelley)
  16.  University of Virginia (Darden)
  17.  UNC – Chapel Hill (Kenan-Flagler)
  18.  Southern Methodist (Cox)
  19.  Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)
  20.  University of Notre Dame (Mendoza)
  21.  Texas – Austin
  22.  Brigham Young (Marriott)
  23.  Emory University (Goizueta)
  24.  Yale University
  25.  University of Southern California (Marshall)
  26.  University of Maryland (Smith)
  27.  University of Washington (Foster)
  28.  Washington University (Olin)
  29.  Georgia Tech
  30.  Vanderbilt University (Owen)
  31. Arizona State University (Carey)
  32. Babson
  33. Boston University
  34. UC Irvine (Merage)
  35. University of Connecticut
  36. George Washington University
  37. Georgetown University (McDonough)
  38. Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  39. University of Iowa (Tippie)
  40. Michigan State (Broad)
  41. University of Minnesota (Carlson)
  42. Ohio State University (Fisher)
  43. Purdue University (Krannert)
  44. Rochester (Simon)
  45. Thunderbird
  46. American University (Kogod)
  47. University of Arizona (Eller)
  48. Boston College (Carroll)
  49. University at Buffalo
  50. UC Davis  

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3 Responses to “Planning to apply for Top US Business Schools???”

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Do you think that as a Canadian I have a less chances to get admitted to US programs compared to identical American applicant?
Eric Gordon

Hi Eric,
You will be an international student when you apply in US schools. But as you are a Canadian Citizen you can directly fly to US and at Port of Entry you can show your admission letter (I 20) to get your entry clearance.

So, you do not need to apply for anything at a consulate. At the
airport/border, you will *not* get a visa. However, if all goes well, you
will get F-1 *status.* As your evidence of having this status, you will get
Form I-94, a white card placed in your passport, properly endorsed to show
F-1 status.

You can get a clear picture by talking to the schools International advisor. They can help you with step by step procedure on how to come to US and study.

In general, your appliation will be competing with other international students applications and will be decided upon your academic credentials. For getting into any program here in US you will need to take some kind of entrance exams like GRE,GMAT,SAT,TOEFL etc.So there nothing like you having less chance compared to american and other students. Its all about your impressive application.

Hope it helps!!

Thanks for the details!

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