Briefly: SOM moves up U.S. News rankings to No. 10 spot

Yale School of Management is now the 10th best business school in the country, up from No. 13 in 2008, according to the U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings. Harvard Business School stayed at No. 1, while Stanford Graduate School of Business slipped out of a tie with Harvard and fell to No. 2. This marks the third straight year that the SOM has risen in the U.S. News & World Report’s annual evaluation of business schools: The SOM came in at No. 15 in 2006 and at No. 14 in 2007. First published in 1983, the report uses peer assessments, recruiter assessments, placement success and several other factors to rank business schools.

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  • D.R. Sheriff

    I'm sure this ranking is small comfort to the staff that was terminated from their jobs. Thannk You!!

  • LaRue

    I wonder where Apple University is ranked?

  • Dumb Yalie

    I remember when the school was tentatively called the School of Business until someone pointed out the acronym would be Yale SOB.

  • Anonymous

    haha seriously?