Other schools taking a bow this morning from WSJ rank results.
UNC (Kenan-Flagler) The Wall Street Journal Recruiters’ Survey Ranks UNC Kenan-Flagler No. 8 The Wall Street Journal ranked the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler Business School 8th in its national ranking of MBA programs based on surveys of corporate recruiters. [Full Article]
Purdue (Krannert) For the third straight year, The Wall Street Journal has named Purdue University's Krannert School of Management a top 5 MBA school in a special section published Sept. 20, 2006. The Journal's survey of corporate recruiters concluded that the Krannert School is the No. 4 program in the nation that serves recruiters from a regional base. Unlike other MBA rankings that use a variety of measures, the Journal uses only surveys and interviews with corporate recruiters. "This survey means much to me because it reflects the feelings of more than 3,000 recruiters," said Richard A. Cosier, Krannert School dean and Leeds Professor of Management. "Recruiters' perceptions reflect highly on our students' work ethics and their value added to corporations around the globe. The Wall Street Journal ranked Krannert's operations management area third among all schools, a distinction the School has held since the survey debuted in 2001. Krannert also was ranked 10th among the most underrated schools nationally.