Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) helps you get Top Ten Business Schools in the US admission into the best business school. More than 4,800 graduate management programs around the world use GMAT scores as a part of their admissions process. The first American Master of Business Administration program, was founded at Tuck Business School at Dartmouth in 1900. Since then, for over a century MBA programs have been considered quintessentially American institutions. It took Europe another 57 years for the creation of INSEAD, France. Even today, five of the Financial Times top 10 business schools are American, as compared to four European schools.
1 Stanford Graduate School of Business
2 Harvard Business School
3 University of Pennsylvania: Wharton
4 Columbia Business School
5 MIT: Sloan
6 University of Chicago: Booth
7 University of California at Berkeley: Haas
8 Duke University: Fuqua
9 Northwestern University: Kellogg
10 New York University: Stern
An analysis of top 100 business schools Top Ten European Business Schools provides a more clear picture – 53 of the top business schools are from US; 14 are from UK; Canada and China have 5 each; Spain has 3; India, France, Australia, Singapore and Switzerland have two each; Belgium, Brazil, Costa Rica, Dubai, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, The Netherlands, South Africa and South Korea have one school each. Clearly the United States of America continues to dominate the landscape of business education.
To apply for MBA in different universities abroad you need to visit the websites of the School/University in which you want to get admission and send an Online Form filled with you Scores. You can also contact with study abroad counselors.