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By Francesca Di Meglio
Responsiveness to the community's needs, academic rigor, relationships with top recruiters, and dedication to excellence are among the qualities necessary for a business school to be considered one of the best. Every two years, BusinessWeek consults students, recruiters, and academic research to determine which business schools fit the bill. Here's this year's look at the best U.S. full-time MBA programs.
Note: Tuition and fees reflect cost of total program, excluding living expenses. Program description based on graduate comments.
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