Prominent Business Professional Ricardo Guimaraes of BMG Comments on the Forbes List of US Ivy League MBA Programs

by Ricardo Guimarães

If you’re like many young professionals, it’s hard to know what to do to get that edge you need in the business world. However, even if you don’t have the most captivating personality or a genius understanding of money or technology; you can still achieve great success in business by getting your MBA. In addition, your MBA training is practical training in all aspects of business management including:

-The ethical aspects,
-The functional aspects, and
-The analytical aspects

If you’re interested in the best programs out there, here’s what to expect:

1. Want to attend Stanford Business School? Plan to shell out $126,000 annually; make sure to score at least a 730 on your GMATs; and work hard. Stanford’s graduation rate is only 7%.

2. Want to attend Harvard Business School? Plan to shell out $139,000 annually; make sure to score at least a 730 on your GMATs; and work hard. Harvard’s graduation rate is only 12%.

3. Want to attend The Booth School of Business? Plan to shell out $128,000 annually; make sure to score at least a 730 on your GMATs; and work hard. Booth’s graduation rate is only 24%.

4. Want to attend The Warton School of Business? Plan to shell out $137,000 annually; make sure to score at least a 728 on your GMATs; and work hard. Warton’s graduation rate is only 20%.

5. Want to attend The Haas School of Business? Plan to shell out $110,000 annually; make sure to score at least a 720 on your GMATs; and work hard. Haas’ graduation rate is only 20%.

6. Want to attend The Tuck School of Business? Plan to shell out $139,000 annually; make sure to score at least a 730 on your GMATs; and work hard. Tuck’s graduation rate is only 12%.

7. Want to attend The Yale School of Management? Plan to shell out $124,000 annually; make sure to score at least a 720 on your GMATs; and work hard. Yale’s graduation rate is only 24%.

8. Want to The Kellogg School of Management? Plan to shell out $127,000 annually and make sure to score at least a 720 on your GMATs. School officials don’t list graduation rates for Kellogg.

9. Want to attend Columbia Business School? Plan to shell out $136,000 annually; make sure to score at least a 716 on your GMATs; and work hard. Columbia’s graduation rate is only 18%.

10. Want to attend The Leonard N. Stern School of Business? Plan to shell out $131,000 annually; make sure to score at least a 710 on your GMATs; and work hard. Leonard N. Stern’s graduation rate is only 10.8%.