Stanford University is a world-class research and teaching institution, offering one of the most successful MBA programs in the world. The university is located in Silicon Valley, and its alumni have founded world-renowned companies including Google, Hewlett-Packard, Yahoo!, Electronic Arts, Sun Microsystems, Silicon Graphics, etc.

Stanford Graduate School of Business offers a two-year full-time residential MBA program which is consistently placed amongst the very best by a number of international league tables. The school also offers a number of dual degrees jointly with other schools at Stanford University including Education, Earth Sciences, Engineering, Humanities & Sciences, Law and Medicine.

Rankings:

- 2nd in the U.S. News Graduate Business School Rankings 2010.

- Stanford GSB is the No. 1 B-School in 2009 Best US Business Schools by Forbes Magazine.

- Rated No. 1 Business School for Hispanics (Poder 360 Magazine 2009).

- 4th in the U.S. and 6th in the world (Financial Times MBA Rankings 2009).

- No. 1 (ties with Harvard for first place) among all Business Schools in the nation (USNWR 2009).

- 10th in Executive Education (FT 2008).

- 4th in the FT Global Top 100 MBA Ranking 2008. Stanford alumni reported the highest average salaries among all participating alumni.

- 6th in the Businessweek biennial ranking: The Best U.S. B-Schools of 2008.

- 4th in the world for its full-time MBA programs (Economist Intelligence Unit–Which MBA 2008).

- 2nd among Top 10 Business Schools for Hispanic Students (Hispanic Business, September 2008).

- 2nd nationally in the US News America’s Best Graduate Schools 2008.

- The M.B.A. program is rated 1st in the Los Mejores MBA Globales published by CNN Expansion (2008).

- No. 1 in the list of schools that best integrate social responsibility and environmental sustainability into their curriculums (Aspen Institute Best MBA Programs 2007).

- 4th in Open enrollment programs and 14th in Custom programs (Businessweek Executive Education Ranking 2007).

- 2nd globally, up a place from 3rd (EIU 2007: Pursuing Your MBA).

- Stanford Business School rated 19th in 2007 (Wall Street Journal).

- 2nd (up from 6th in 2005) in the Forbes Best Business Schools 2007.

- 3rd in the world (FT Full Time MBA Ranking 2007).

- No. 1 for Best Career Prospects (Princeton Review Best Business Schools 2007 guide).

- Tied for 2nd with Wharton in the US News America's Best Graduate Business Schools 2007.

- 6th in the BusinessWeek: The Best B-Schools of 2006. Stanford MBAs have the highest job offer rate (99.3%) among all schools and (with MIT grads) the highest salaries after graduation ($110,000).

- 4th in open new career opportunities and 5th in personal development and educational experience (EIU 2006).

- Wall Street Journal and Harris Interactive rated Stanford 18th in its 2006 list of U.S. business schools.

- No. 1 among global business schools in America Economia (August 2006).

- No. 1 in the 2006 Best Global MBAs for Mexicans (Expansion).

- 3rd in executive education, 3rd in open enrollment short courses and 4th in custom programs (FT 2006).

World University Ranking Tables

America - US News & World Report, The Princeton Review, BusinessWeek
Canada - Maclean's, Gourman Report Ranking of Canadian Universities
UK - Sunday Times, Guardian, Times Good University Guide, Daily Telegraph
World - Shanghai Jiao Tong ARWU Rankings, Webometrics, Newsweek
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