List Of World’s Top 20 MBA Programs With The Highest-Paid Graduates Is Proof The USA Means Business

Harvard Business School

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Well, bros, I guess it’s time to quit my job here at BroBible and go get an MBA at one of the top 11 programs in the world. I say top 11 because all 11 of them can be found right here in the good ol’ US of A. I’ve never had plans to get my MBA but I just came across a list of 20 schools with the highest-paid MBA graduates and it’s time for me to take my talents to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

And when I said the ‘USA Means Business’ in the headline you can see that evidence below. The top 11 schools with the highest-paid MBA graduates are all in the United States. Here’s what the list looks like, via Bloomberg:

1. MIT – Sloan (USA) — $286,000
2. Harvard Business School (USA) — $255,000
3. University of Chicago – Booth (USA) — $250,000
4. University of Pennsylvania – Wharton (USA) — $248,000
5. Columbia Business School (USA) — $239,000
6. New York University – Stern (USA) — $213,000
7. Northwestern University – Kellogg (USA) — $209,000
8. Cornell University – Johnson (USA) — $189,000
9. Duke University – Fuqua (USA) — $189,000
10. University of Michigan – Ross (USA) — $187,000
11. UCLA – Anderson (USA) — $185,000
12. INSEAD (France) — $185,000
13. University of St. Gallen (Switzerland) — $181,000
14. Cambridge University – Judge (England) — $180,000
15. IESE (Spain) — $179,000
16. London Business School (England) — $178,000
17. Fordham University (USA) — $171,000
18. Oxford University – Said (England) — $168,000
19. Bocconi University – SDA (Italy) — $159,000
20. University of Toronto – Rotman (Canada) — $155,000

Kind of makes you reconsider your choice to not pursue a top-tier MBA, doesn’t it?

You can check out this year’s MBA program rankings over on Bloomberg as well as the survey from Emoluments where the salary data above was surveyed.