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By Louis Lavelle
Choosing a business school is no easy task, but it helps to have the right tools. In the slide show that follows, we've collected all the intel you need on 40 top full-time MBA programs: the top 30 U.S. B-schools and the top 10 international programs in Bloomberg Businessweek's most recent ranking.
Each slide includes links to our B-school comparator tool, which allows prospective students to do a side-by-side comparison of programs on dozens of data points, as well as each program's complete statistical profile. You'll also find links to each B-school's site on the Business Exchange, which aggregates coverage of the program in one place, and to a school tour—a photo essay on the program that includes details on programs, curriculum, the class profile, placement rates, top employers, and more.