The US News rankings for 2007 came out last week and BusinessWeek’s biannual rankings will come out this fall. The WSJ, Forbes, Economist, and Financial Times, among others also publish rankings at different times during the year.
Rankings, rankings, rankings. Is #1 really the school for you? Is #10 really better than #11? How much better? Considering the controversy swirling around rankings, how can you use them? Make the most of them?
You will hear from the experts on these and other b-school rankings questions during the first-ever online chat focused on how you should use the rankings.
- Paul Danos, Dean of the Tuck School of Business
- Kim Keating, Director of Public Relations at Tuck and an expert on the different rankings.
- Della Bradshaw, Editor, Business School Rankings, Financial Times
You will learn how:
- Different periodicals rank MBA programs
- Rankings influence MBA education.
- A rankings editor determines the criteria for her paper’s approach.
- You should use the rankings as you prepare to apply.
And more! In addition to a panel discussion at the beginning of the chat, there will be a moderated Q&A when you can pose questions to our panel members.
Mark the date and join us on May 4 at 9:00 AM/PT/12:00 PM ET/5:00 PM GMT in Accepted.com’s chat room.
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