Tuck takes top honors in The Wall Street Journal ranking
HANOVER, N.H. - The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth returned to the winner's circle as the #1 business school in this year's Wall Street Journal/Harris Interactive ranking, up from #3 last year. Tuck also took the top honors in 2001 and again in 2002.
According to the Journal, "These rankings measure how appealing the schools are to recruiters—the buyers of MBA talent. The survey is based on opinion and behavior of 3,267 MBA recruiters who were asked to rate schools with which they had recent recruiting experience."
The top five schools include Tuck, University of Michigan, Carnegie Mellon, Northwestern University, and Yale University.
For a preview of the results, visit The Wall Street Journal’s Career Journal.com website: WSJ Ranking Preview.
The full rankings report will be published in Wednesday’s issue of the Journal.