Mar
2008

The Gourman Report: Leading Graduate Computer Science Programs (1993, 6th Edition)

(9 votes, average: 2.67 out of 5)
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1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)  
2. Stanford University  
3. Carnegie Mellon University  
4. University of California – Berkeley  
5. Cornell University  
6. University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA)  
7. University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign  
8. Yale University  
9. University of Washington – Seattle  
10. University of Texas – Austin  
11. University of Wisconsin – Madison  
12. University of Maryland – College Park   Read more»

Mar
2008

U.S. News: Best Colleges - National Universities (2008)

(23 votes, average: 2.57 out of 5)
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Princeton University
1. Princeton University  
2. Harvard University  
3. Yale University  
4. Stanford University  
5. University of Pennsylvania  
5. California Institute of Technology  
7. Massachusetts Institute of Technology  
8. Duke University  
9. Columbia University  
9. University of Chicago  
11. Dartmouth College  
12. Washington University in St. Louis   Read more»

Mar
2008

Consus Law School Rankings Cited by University of Illinois

(2 votes, average: 5 out of 5)
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The Education and Social Science Library at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign–a website providing links to numerous ranking websites and resources–has featured The Consus Group’s rankings in its survey of law school rankings:

Methodology: This site offers an explanation of its rankings on a page entitled Rankings Methodology.

 

The Consus Group (TCG) ranks the top 100 law school programs in the U.S. The scores are based on several factors: other published rankings, selectivity, salary, placement and yield. TCG also offer two other law school program rankings based solely on Published Rankings and Selectivity Rankings.

Source: Education and Social Science Library at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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Mar
2008

The Gourman Report: Leading Graduate Comparative Literature Programs (1993, 6th Edition)

(19 votes, average: 2.84 out of 5)
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Columbia University
1. Columbia University  
2. University of California – Berkeley  
3. Harvard University  
4. Yale University  
5. University of Michigan – Ann Arbor  
6. Princeton University  
7. University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign  
8. University of California – Irvine  
9. University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill  
10. Brown University  
11. Cornell University  
12. New York University (NYU)   Read more»

Mar
2008

U.S. News: Top Business Schools (2008)

(26 votes, average: 3.77 out of 5)
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Harvard Business School
1. Harvard Business School  
1. Stanford Business School  
3. The Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania)  
4. The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business  
4. Kellogg School of Management (Northwestern University)  
4. MIT Sloan School of Management  
7. Tuck School of Business (Dartmouth College)  
7. Haas School of Business (University of California – Berkeley)  
9. Columbia Business School   Read more»

Mar
2008

U.S. News: Best Graduate Education Programs (2008)

(6 votes, average: 3.83 out of 5)
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Stanford University
1. Stanford University  
2. Vanderbilt University (Peabody)  
3. University of California – Los Angeles  
4. Teachers College, Columbia University  
5. University of Oregon  
6. Harvard University  
7. University of California – Berkeley  
7. University of Washington  
9. University of Michigan – Ann Arbor  
10. University of Pennsylvania  
10. University of Texas – Austin  
12. Northwestern University   Read more»

Mar
2008

The Gourman Report: Leading Graduate Communication Programs (1993, 6th Edition)

(7 votes, average: 4 out of 5)
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University of Pennsylvania
1. University of Pennsylvania  
2. Syracuse University  
3. Stanford University  
4. Northwestern University  
5. University of Southern California (USC)  
6. University of Michigan – Ann Arbor  
7. Michigan State University  
8. New York University (NYU)  
9. Florida State University  
10. University of Maryland – College Park  
11. University of Wisconsin – Madison  
12. Ohio State University – Columbus  

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Mar
2008

U.S. News: Best Graduate Engineering Programs (2008)

(14 votes, average: 3.93 out of 5)
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology  
2. Stanford University  
3. University of California–Berkeley  
4. Georgia Institute of Technology  
5. University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign  
6. California Institute of Technology  
7. Carnegie Mellon University  
8. University of Southern California (Viterbi)  
9. Cornell University  
9. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor  
11. University of California–San Diego (Jacobs)  
11. University of Texas–Austin (Cockrell)   Read more»

Mar
2008

U.S. News: Best Medical Schools - Research (2008)

(52 votes, average: 3.75 out of 5)
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Harvard Medical School
1. Harvard Medical School  
2. The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine  
3. Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis  
4. University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine  
5. UCSF School of Medicine  
6. Duke University School of Medicine  
6. University of Washington School of Medicine  
8. Stanford University School of Medicine  
9. UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine  
9. Yale School of Medicine   Read more»

Mar
2008

Wharton first in annual business school rankings

(3 votes, average: 5 out of 5)
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The Wharton School
The Wharton School ranked first in The Consus Group’s annual survey of business schools. Stanford placed second and Harvard third, with The University of Chicago and Kellogg completing the top five.

The Consus Group generally analyzes contracts, industries, and companies. Occasionally, however, TCG displays its analytical expertise on other subjects of interest to the business and legal communities. Its business school rankings are one of these periodic exercises.

TCG determined the nation’s best business schools using a sophisticated methodology. This approach canvassed numerous factors, including: published rankings, selectivity, placement and salary statistics, and class yields.

  • Published Rankings: A proxy for prestige, published rankings proved a useful metric for assessing a university’s reputation. To eliminate the vagaries of published rankings, The Consus Group incorporated both current and historical ratings from numerous sources, including Business Week, U.S. News, and the Wall Street Journal.
  • Selectivity: TCG measured the quality of business schools’ admitted candidates using GMAT scores, undergraduate GPAs, and the percentage of applicants admitted. Typically, the best schools attract many of the best candidates—providing another proxy for prestige.
  • Placement and Salary: Placement and salary statistics provided objective measures of business schools’ performance placing their graduates. To reduce annual fluctuations in placement and salary statistics, TCG used current and historical placement and salary statistics.
  • Yield: Yield measured the percentage of admitted candidates actually matriculating to the admitting university—another indication of a business school’s appeal.

While many business school rankings fluctuate wildly from year to year, TCG’s methodology produces a stable, accurate picture of America’s best business schools.

Mar
2008

U.S. News: Best Law Schools (2008)

(23 votes, average: 2.91 out of 5)
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Yale Law School
1. Yale Law School  
2. Harvard Law School  
2. Stanford Law School  
4. Columbia University School of Law  
5. New York University School of Law  
6. University of California - Berkeley  
7. University of Chicago, The Law School  
7. University of Pennsylvania Law School  
9. University of Michigan Law School  
9. University of Virginia School of Law  
9. Northwestern University School of Law  
12. Cornell Law School   Read more»

Mar
2008

The Gourman Report: Leading Graduate Clothing / Textiles Programs (1993, 6th Edition)

(7 votes, average: 2.86 out of 5)
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Cornell University
1. Cornell University  
2. Iowa State University  
3. Michigan State University  
4. Texas Tech University  
5. University of Maryland – College Park  
6. Florida State University  
7. Louisiana State University – Baton Rouge  
8. University of Oklahoma  
9. Oregon State University  
10. University of Georgia – Athens  
11. University of Tennessee – Knoxville  
12. Texas Woman’s University  

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Mar
2008

Gourman Report of Graduate Programs: Best Law Schools (1993)

(27 votes, average: 3.48 out of 5)
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Harvard Law School
1. Harvard Law School  
2. University of Michigan Law School  
3. Yale Law School  
4. University of Chicago, The Law School  
5. University of California - Berkeley  
6. Stanford Law School  
7. Columbia University School of Law  
8. Duke University School of Law  
9. University of Pennsylvania Law School  
10. Cornell Law School  
11. New York University School of Law  
12. University of Texas School of Law   Read more»

Mar
2008

The Gourman Report: Leading Graduate Clinical Psychology Programs (1993, 6th Edition)

(6 votes, average: 3 out of 5)
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Yale University
1. Yale University  
2. University of Pennsylvania  
3. University of Michigan – Ann Arbor  
4. University of Minnesota – Twin Cities  
5. University of California – Berkeley  
6. University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign  
7. University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA)  
8. Indiana University – Bloomington  
9. University of Oregon – Eugene  
10. University of Colorado – Boulder  
11. University of Washington – Seattle  
12. University of Texas – Austin   Read more»

Mar
2008

CampusGrotto.com: Top 10 Best Colleges to Attend

(12 votes, average: 3 out of 5)
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Princeton University
1. Princeton University  
2. Stanford University  
3. Harvard University  
4. University of California, Berkeley  
5. University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA)  
6. University of Southern California (USC)  
7. University of Notre Dame  
8. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor  
9. University of Washington – Seattle  
10. Indiana University – Bloomington   Read more»

Mar
2008

Commentary: US News Law School Rankings: Why March Madness Started Early This Year in the Legal Academy

(1 votes, average: 4 out of 5)
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The Law Librarian Blog has posted an interesting update regarding U.S. News’ law school rankings: Read more»

Mar
2008

Whitefield Consulting Worldwide: Global MBA Rankings (2008)

(18 votes, average: 2.39 out of 5)
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Harvard Business School
1. Stanford Business School  
2. Harvard Business School  
3. The Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania)  
6. The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business  
6. Columbia Business School  
9. Leonard N. Stern School of Business (New York University)  
10. Yale School of Management  
11. Tuck School of Business (Dartmouth College)  
12. The Anderson School (University of California, Los Angeles)   Read more»

Mar
2008

Whitefield Consulting Worldwide: Global MBA Rankings (2007)

(3 votes, average: 3.67 out of 5)
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Harvard Business School
1. Harvard Business School  
2. The Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania)  
3. Stanford Business School  
6. The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business  
7. Columbia Business School  
8. Leonard N. Stern School of Business (New York University)  
11. Yale School of Management  
12. Tuck School of Business (Dartmouth College)  
13. MIT Sloan School of Management   Read more»

Mar
2008

The Gourman Report: Leading Graduate Classics Programs (1993, 6th Edition)

(9 votes, average: 2.11 out of 5)
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Harvard University
1. Harvard University  
2. University of California – Berkeley  
3. Princeton University  
4. Yale University  
5. University of Michigan – Ann Arbor  
6. University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill  
7. Bryn Mawr College  
8. Brown University  
9. University of Texas – Austin  
10. Columbia University  
11. Cornell University  
12. University of Pennsylvania   Read more»

Mar
2008

Tracy & Waldfogel: The best business schools: a market-based approach (1995)

(3 votes, average: 4.33 out of 5)
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Stanford Business School
1. Stanford Business School  
2. Harvard Business School  
3. The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business  
4. Darden Graduate School of Business (University of Virginia)  
5. The Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania)  
6. Kellogg School of Management (Northwestern University)  
7. Ross School of Business (University of Michigan)  
10. Wake Forest University Babcock Graduate School of Management   Read more»

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