2324823553_39f2a86eafSometimes rankings can get us down, and we are reminded of their flaws. But when they make us look good, we can’t help but celebrate. The Economist recently came out with their new rankings of full-time business schools throughout the world. Do you even need to ask if Haas is on the list? Number six, baby. Just below Harvard. And TWO  spots above that other school.

The majority of the schools in the top 10 are from the U.S. (seven), but the list includes universities all over the world. The Economist asked the schools and their students (both present and alumni) a variety of questions about the experience, opportunities, salaries and networking at their schools.

Whether you’re a student at the business school yourself, or someone who mutters “haashole” under their breath, you have to admit: Lookin’ good Haas, lookin’ good. Seriously, look at that picture. What do they do in there? It’s like a Swiss chalet — have you seen Evans?

Image Source: Peter Alfred Hess under Creative Commons
The Economist ranks business schools worldwide [Washington Post]



Comments:
Zygfryd Nowicki said:
Mar 23, 2012 at 12:33 am

OK