According Bloomberg Businessweek's ranking for the best full-time MBAs in 2014 the top MBA programme is offered by Duke University's Fuqua School of Business. In 2012, Fuqua was ranked No. 6 in the same ranking. The cost of the programme is $117,604 and the total students per programme are 892.

The table below shows the rest of the best full-time MBA programmes in the US:

Rank in 2014

Rank in 2012

Name of institution

Programme cost

 

Total students per programme

2nd 3 University of PennsylvaniaThe Wharton School $136,420 1,786

3rd

1 University of ChicagoBooth School of Business $123,354 1,181

4th

4 Stanford UniversityStanford Graduate School of Business $126,750 825

5th

13 Columbia UniversityColumbia Business School $133,135 1,270

6th

21 Yale UniversityYale School of Management $123,373 625

7th

5 Northwestern UniversityKellogg School of Management $124,642 1,157

8th

2 Harvard UniversityHarvard Business School $140,511 1,868

9th

8 University of Michigan, Ann ArborRoss School of Business $109,557 1,106

10th

11 Carnegie Mellon UniversityTepper School of Business $118,004 425

11th

18 University of California, Los AngelesAnderson School of Management $102,318 714

12th

17 University of North Carolina, Chapel HillKenan-Flagler Business School $80,078 562

13th

7 Cornell UniversityJohnson Graduate School of Management $116,384 688

14th

9 Massachusetts Institute of TechnologySloan School of Management $122,880 804

15th

12 Dartmouth CollegeTuck School of Business $64,680 558

16th

15 Indiana UniversityKelley School of Business $55,202 401

17th

24 University of MarylandSmith School of Business $82,626 200

18th

22 Emory UniversityGoizueta Business School $97,438 384

19th

14 University of California, BerkeleyHaas School of Business $103,038 503

20th

10 University of VirginiaDarden School of Business $104,850 635

 

Source: Bloomberg Businessweek