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Best Business School Rankings for Chinese Students
Rankings for B-Schools best suited to Chinese students looking to study in Ame
06.02.2009 – The Blog of Dreams, for the second year, has listed the top five
schools in the U.S. for Chinese students. The criteria used to evaluate schools
differs greatly from that used by US News and World Report and others. We queried
parents and prospective students during our travels about those issues that most
concerned them and most affected their choices before and after admission. The
rankings displayed are unbiased and were not affected by our affinity for any
program despite one of the schools being a strong supporter of the Blog of Dreams.
* Openness Toward Foreign Students/Ethnic Diversity
* Financial Assistance
* Post Graduation Placement Assistance
* Faculty to Student Ratio
* Overall Reputation of Graduate School
* Campus Safety
* Ease of Application/Admission Office Attitude
* Affordability: Living Costs, Tuition
* Student Life
* Internship Options
* Salary After Graduation
* Alumni Network
Top Five Business Schools in no particular order for the second year in a row:
* Purdue: Scored highest in Ethic diversity (Chinese students make up 2nd largest
population), Alumni Network, Graduate School Reputation, and Curriculum.
Downside: "Too many foreign students"
Ohio State: Scored highest in Student Life, Ease of Application and Financial
Assistance. Downside:"Community off-campus lacks resources"
Cal Poly: Scored highest in Affordability, Campus Safety, Faculty to Student Ratio,
Graduate School Reputation (Top Overall Masters Degree Granting Institution in the
West) and Post Graduate Placement and salary (for a state run school). Downside:
"Application procedure daunting and not in line with other schools"
Harvard: Scored Highest in Reputation, Alumni Network, Salary After Graduation,
Faculty to Student Ratio, Ethnic Diversity, and Internship Options. Downside: