Best Business Schools That Lead to Employment

July 1, 2012 James Heinsman Tops

Students apply to MBA programs for a variety of reasons but two of the most common of them are changing careers and job advancement. Therefore it is understandable that an important concern of prospective students is the success a school has in helping their graduates land jobs when the education is done.

U.S. News compiled the date for the following list:

1.    Tulane University had 98.1% of its full-time students employed three months after graduation.

2.    Ohio State University had 97.6% of its full-time students employed three months after graduation.

3.    Iowa State University had 96.7% of its full-time students employed three months after graduation.

4.    Temple University had 95.3% of its full-time students employed three months after graduation.

5.    Georgia Institute of Technology had 95.1% of its full-time students employed three months after graduation.
 

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