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Average MBA Starting Salaries at the Top Business Schools

The following table indicates salary statistics for top 15 B-Schools MBA graduates in an average base. Please note that salaries are negotiated one by one for each employer and starting salary for each graduate may vary significantly. To get as competitive salary as possible, MBA graduates may refer to topschoolsintheusa for specific salary negotiating skills.
Rank Business School Acceptance Rate Median Starting Salaries*
1 Northwestern (Kellogg) 13% $142,000
2 Chicago 15% $140,000
3 Harvard 10% $160,000
4 Stanford 8% $165,500
5 U. of Pennsylvania (Wharton) 13% $156,000
6 MIT 13% $149,000
7 Columbia 11% $142,500
8 Michigan 19% $131,000
9 Duke (Fuqua) 19% $128,500
10 Dartmouth (Tuck) 14% $149,500
11 Cornell (Johnson) 22% $135,000
12 Virginia (Darden) 18% $135,000
13 UC Berkeley (Haas) 11% $135,000
14 Yale 15% $130,000
15 NYU (Stern) 15% $140,000

Sources: Business Week's 2002 Business School Survey

Median Starting Salaries* includes median starting salary, median signing bonus, and median other compensation.

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