In anticipation of the Financial Times rankings’ publication, expected to be released in January, Accepted is offering you a special report, written by Linda Abraham, founder and president of Accepted.com, on the ins and outs of MBA rankings.
In this special rankings report you’ll learn:
- What the published rankings are and are not.
- How to use the rankings.
- How not to abuse the rankings.
Most importantly, you’ll learn about the rankings’ value (or lack thereof). Since there is no definitive way to rank schools, ultimately a school will be #1 only if YOU are a perfect fit with that school, regardless of how other people view it.
Consequently B-school rankings should be used as supplementary not primary research material for learning about different MBA programs.
But no one will argue this point: It’s exciting when rankings come out, and they’re fun to review. Just take the time to learn how to understand them properly: Check out the Accepted’s Special Report on the MBA Rankings!
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