In 2016, The Economist conducted its annual survey of MBA students. Grading their programs on a five-point scale, Booth notched a 4.86 average, tops among the top 25 American and international MBA programs. In contrast, Tepper scored a 4.79, just a shade below teaching powerhouses Harvard Business School (4.81) and UVA’s Darden School of Business (4.80) — while edging out top teaching faculties at such luminaries as Haas and Tuck. In addition, both schools made stunning progress over the previous year, with Tepper’s score rising by .20, while Booth leapfrogged Darden and Fuqua for the top spot.
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